On the VC Show with former NBA star Vince Carter recently, Miami guard Kyle Lowry broke his silence on the Heat’s interest in trading for Nets superstar Kevin Durant. Lowry’s name has been mentioned in various trade proposals. Shams Charania of The Athletic and Stadium cited the Heat, among other teams, as a potential landing spot for Durant.
During a recent appearance on Vince Carter’s podcast the VC Show, Kyle Lowry opened up about his body. The Miami Heat point guard admitted that the criticism surrounding his weight used to bother him, before poking fun at the topic, saying it’s turned into an “advantage” and that “thick’s been good for me.”
The biggest move the Miami Heat made last offseason was the acquisition of point guard Kyle Lowry. Lowry is considered one of the better veteran point guards in the league, and he joined the Heat with a goal of winning a title. While he’s likely a future Hall of Famer,...
The former ‘Nole is receiving a lot of praise from two greats.
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Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald reported on a Toronto golf tournament last week that saw Kyle Lowry speak to the media. He discussed the impact of a personal issue that kept him out of nine consecutive games from Jan. 17 to Feb. 1 and another four games from Feb. 28 to March 5.
The Toronto Raptors have been connected to some big names this offseason, including Kevin Durant and Donovan Mitchell. The former has prompted some truly baffling quotes from Chris Broussard, particularly as it relates to his desire to play for the league’s lone Canadian team. Broussard has come under fire...
If Kyle Lowry’s three-year contract with the Miami Heat that takes him through the 2023-24 season at age 38 is viewed as part of some type of end game, then the veteran point guard warns not to count him out. During an appearance on the VC Show podcast with Vince Carter, Lowry said he plans to play as long as he can contribute. “This is how I think: When you tell your brain something, it ...
The Toronto Raptors have seen a fair deal of quality players come through the hallowed halls of Scotiabank Arena over the years, but very few (if any) can match up to the sheer magnetism that Vince Carter brought to the table. Even considering his frosty departure, Carter is a club icon.
The Miami Heat came up just short of another chance to compete for the coveted Larry O’Brien Trophy last season. Off the back of a Jimmy Butler close three-point miss, just slightly off, the Miami Heat were eliminated in Game 7 of the Eastern Conference Finals by the Boston Celtics.
Miami Heat's Kyle Lowry On Dealing With Issue That Kept Him Away From Team: "I'm Still Dealing With It."
Lowry says tending to personal matter last year `derailed' his season