Raptors’ Kyle Lowry invites heckling Philly fan to “meet” him at a specific street corner

Dec 9 2019, 11:04 am

Back in his hometown for another battle with the Philadelphia 76ers, Toronto Raptors point guard Kyle Lowry had to deal with a heckling fan.

And North Philly’s Finest wasn’t about to ignore him.

While the 76ers came out on top on Sunday, beating the Raptors 110-104, Lowry is a fighter. The Raptors lost just their seventh game of the season, but Lowry had one of his best offensive outputs, scoring 26 points. His wit was sharp, too.

Lowry reportedly told the fan “Come see me!” multiple times, before getting a little more specific.

“I live at 20th an Lehigh. Come see me!” Lowry told the fan according to multiple reports.

Meanwhile, Serge Ibaka dealt with a heckler by reminding Philadelphia that he owns a championship ring. The Raptors beat the 76ers en route to the their first-ever title last spring.

After the game, Lowry was asked about the fan from the Philadelphia Inquirer’s Keith Pompey.

“He talks too much. I don’t know him, but he ain’t worth my time,” Lowry said.

“It’s Philadelphia. I respect it, I love it. When I come home, I’m gonna be here. So, if they got a problem, they can find me,” Lowry added, with a look on his face that suggested that he wasn’t kidding.

And if that fan wants to find out for sure if he’s joking or not, he knows where to find him.