Kyle Lowry might want to think about taking his Toronto Raptors teammate DeMar DeRozan back to school. No, not flight school, as many NBA players can boast of having attended. We’re talking about real school.
Lowry gave DeRozan a math and English lesson last week ahead of the Raptors’ game against the Orlando Magic in London. DeRozan was telling reporters about the Raptors wanting to win their third game in England’s capital when Lowry comically interjected with some remedial work.
DeRozan, 26, defended himself by reminding Lowry he only played one season at the University of Southern California before jumping to the NBA. Lowry, 29, played two seasons at Villanova, giving him an advantage, which he hilariously wielded over his younger teammate.
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