The Toronto Raptors and Orlando Magic played a regular season NBA game in London today (Jan. 15). Ahead of their trip, Complex spoke with Toronto Raptors players Patrick Patterson and James Johnson about the team's venture to England. Due to Drake's association with the Toronto Raptors as an ambassador for the team, the conversation took a turn towards his rival Meek Mill.

Complex asked the two players bout what music is playing in the locker room on a typical game day. Patrick Patterson listed off some of the name before Complex wondered if Meek Mill had to be banned. Patterson revealed that Meek's been off their playlist for awhile.

"Oh yeah, Meek Mill has been banned for a long time," Patterson said. "No one plays Meek Mill."

The two players were also asked if Drake's involvement with Raptors has helped the team gained fans around the world.

"We all know that there are a lot of Drake fans across the world and there might not be too many Raptors fans from Toronto that converted from Drake, but it might happen elsewhere," Patterson said. "Hopefully he continues to improve and get better and more people in the UK might get behind it."

James Johnson agreed with his teammate on the subject.

"Yeah, I agree," Johnson said. "Jay Z did the same with the Brooklyn Nets but Drake is such a mogul that it definitely boosted the Raptors and more kids are now probably playing 2K16 with the Raptors because of him!"

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