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VIDEO: Raptors’ Kyle Lowry gets offensive foul trying to fit and dribble under George Hill

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Toront Raptors guard Kyle Lowry has a lot of some of zany antics on the court, which almost always lead to winning plays for his team. Even if fans don’t agree with them, one has to admit they are often quite effective when it comes to on-court performance.

However, on Tuesday night against the Milwaukee Bucks, Lowry tried to pull off an undeniably illegal move against George Hill by seemingly wanting to dribble his entire body through his legs.

Sure, Lowry is not a towering presence on the court, so dribbling through a player’s legs holds some appeal. However, when the person you’re trying to go through is only three inches taller than you (Hill is 6’3” vs. Lowry at 6’0”), that is just not going to work.

That didn’t stop the six-time Raptors All-Star from trying, though it might lead to some puzzled questions from reporters in the postgame scrum.

For what it’s worth, the Bucks edged the Raptors 108-97 in 48 minutes of action. Kyle Lowry had 10 points, four rebounds and six assists, while Pascal Siakam led the home team with 22 markers in a losing effort.

For the Bucks, George Hill finished with nine points, one rebound and two dimes. As expected, Giannis Antetokounmpo took over for Milwaukee with a staggering 19 points and 19 boards.

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