Toronto Raptors guard Kyle Lowry has been named to the All-NBA Third Team with 35 Second Team votes and 50 Third Team votes for a total of 155 points beating out James Harden who earned 106 points.
Via Pro Bball Report
6 hours ago
Greetings once again from a Greyhound bus with shaky Wi-Fi, this time bound for Toronto. The trip was pretty cool, even with the unfortunate outcome, and I’ve got some Lucha Underground and NXT to catch up on to fill the ride (TM61!). The timing of the bus trip also means I wasn’t at the Toronto Raptors’ practice back at the BioSteel Centre on Thursday, so I couldn’t ask...
Via Raptors Republic
6 hours ago
A just reward for a historic season from the best Toronto Raptor. Announced earlier today, Kyle Lowry joins Stephen Curry, Russell Westbrook, Damian Lillard, Chris Paul, and Klay Thompson as the All-NBA guards for the 2015-16 season. pls ignore the tears in my eyes for the love of my life kyle lowry making an all-nba team pic.twitter.com/dvPOqoJN3q — Ty Rupee Singh (@IamHarshDave...
Via Raptors HQ
7 hours ago
Things were bad last night. After winning Games 3 and 4 in Toronto, the Raptors were summarily slaughtered by the Cavaliers in Game 5. Kyle Lowry, who finished the game with 13 points, five turnovers, and a plus/minus of -25, was not impressed when he came to the podium for his press conference and reviewed the box score. And by "not impressed," I mean, "downright shocked." ...
Via Raptors HQ
11 hours ago
After taking two games at home and playing their way back into the Eastern Conference Finals, the Toronto Raptors laid a complete egg against the Cavaliers in Cleveland Wednesday night. The end result was as bad as any blowout you will ever see in the playoffs. How bad? So bad that Kyle Lowry seemed legitimately stunned when glancing over the box score. When you get your...
Kyle Lowry speaks with the media ahead of Game 5 in Cleveland on Wednesday night.
Kyle Lowry seals the deal against Cleveland in Game 4 at Air Canada Centre.
Kyle Lowry unwittingly created a controversy for his Toronto Raptors by disappearing to the locker room during Game Two of the Eastern Conference Finals, but his coach is backing him publicly. Raptors coach Dwane Casey insisted that Lowry had not quit on his team by heading to the locker room to “decompress” during the second quarter of Toronto’s loss. “Kyle did not walk...
J.J. Redick does not agree with Kyle Lowry’s decision to head to the locker room toward the end of the first half of his team’s loss to the Cleveland Cavaliers Thursday night. Redick, who is working as a studio analyst for ESPN during the NBA playoffs, feels that Lowry should have remained on the sidelines with his Toronto Raptors teammates. “It is inexplicable, and I don’t...
There’s a really odd story that came out of Game 2 of the Eastern Conference Finals between the Cleveland Cavaliers and Toronto Raptors. The story doesn’t include Cleveland winning its 10th consecutive game to start the playoffs, this time by 19 points. Based on how Game 1 went, this was to be expected. Instead, it’s all about the actions of two-time Raptors All-Star Kyle...
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