On Thursday night, the Toronto Raptors managed to squeak by the Miami Heat in overtime, 96-92, to even their second round series at one game apiece.

Still, it wasn't pretty. Kyle Lowry scored 18 points, but he was 7-for-22 from the field and 1-for-7 from three-point land. DeMar DeRozan went 9-for-24 and just 2-for-8 from the free throw line.

Combined, the Raptors' starting backcourt are now a combined 103-for-317 (32 percent shooting) in the postseason.

After their Game 2 triumph, the All-Star guards were asked if they're going to win, or even play, a game that looks normal this postseason.

Initially, all they could do was laugh and admit that their play has been “ugly.” After a few moments, they were able to piece together responses.

“When we do [play a normal game], I'm pretty sure you'll know,” said DeRozan.

Lowry quickly added, “If we do.”

DeRozan ended his answer by stating that he's confident that as long as they keep grinding, that “normal” game is going to come.

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