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Top Kyle Lowry News
76ers' Kyle Lowry: Good to go for Thursday
Lowry is off the injury report for Thursday's game against the Knicks.
Lowry is slated to make his Philadelphia debut Thursday, after he had a chance to get acclimated with his new team coming out of the All-Star break. He'll likely challenge Cameron Payne for the top backup role behind Tyrese Maxey, though Maxey's prior experience playing off the ball should open up plenty of scenarios in which Lowry and Maxey share the floor together.... See More ... See Less
76ers' Kyle Lowry: On track to play Thursday
Lowry (not injury related) went through a full practice Wednesday, Lauren Rosen of the 76ers' official site reports.
Lowry was held out of last Wednesday's game versus the Heat before the All-Star break as he ramped up his conditioning, but all signs point to him making his 76ers debut Thursday against the Knicks. The veteran will likely take over the backup point guard duties from Cameron Payne.... See More ... See Less
76ers' Kyle Lowry: Won't play against Miami
Lowry is continuing his return-to-play ramp-up and will not play in Wednesday's game versus the Heat, Kyle Neubeck of AllPHLY.com reports.
Lowry will be available to make his 76ers debut after the All-Star Break. The veteran point guard made 37 appearances, including 35 starts, for the Heat before being traded to the Hornets for Terry Rozier. Lowry was then bought out by Charlotte and joined Philadelphia, where he is expected to compete for backup point guard minutes with Cameron Payne behind Tyrese Maxey.... See More ... See Less
76ers' Kyle Lowry: Cleared for Wednesday
Lowry doesn't appear on the 76ers' injury report for Wednesday's game against the Heat.
Lowry reached a verbal agreement to join the 76ers over the weekend after he secured a buyout from the Hornets, but he had to wait until he formally cleared waivers Tuesday to finalize his one-year deal with Philadelphia. Given he hasn't played since Jan. 21 -- when he was still a member of the Heat team that the 76ers will face Wednesday -- Lowry could require some more practice time with Philadelphia before head coach Nick Nurse incorporates him into the rotation. Lowry at least looks poised to dress for Wednesday's contest, but it's unclear whether he'll immediately supplant Cameron Payne as starting point guard Tyrese Maxey's top backup, or if Lowry will be available merely in an emergency.... See More ... See Less
76ers' Kyle Lowry: Gets buyout, joining Philadelphia
Lowry reached a buyout agreement with the Hornets on Saturday and will sign with the 76ers once he clears waivers, Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN reports.
A native Philadelphian, Lowry's name has been attached to the 76ers in trade rumors many times during his career, but now he'll finally get the chance to play for his hometown team in his age-37 season. His one-year deal is expected to be worth $2.8 million for the remainder of the campaign. With the 76ers, Lowry is likely to supplant the newly acquired Cameron Payne as the primary backup at point guard to Tyrese Maxey, and he could also play alongside Maxey at stretches. Even so, Lowry doesn't look as though he'll be in store for anything more than a 15-to-25-minute role, likely taking him off the radar as a pickup in most 12-team fantasy leagues.... See More ... See Less
Hornets' Kyle Lowry: Still out
Lowry (not with team) won't play in Saturday's game versus the Grizzlies.
Lowry has yet to play for the Hornets since being traded from Miami. However, with the trade deadline passed, it's unclear when or if Lowry will join the Hornets, or if the team will work toward a buyout with the veteran guard.... See More ... See Less
Hornets' Kyle Lowry: Remains away from team
Lowry (not injury related) has been ruled out for Friday's game against the Bucks.
Lowry was traded from Miami to Charlotte in late January, and Hornets general manager Mitch Kupchak said shortly after the deal that Lowry was unlikely to play for the team before the trade deadline. Lowry wasn't traded ahead of Thursday's deadline, but he remains away from the team ahead of Friday's game against the Bucks. It's not yet clear when he could take the court for the Hornets.... See More ... See Less
Hornets' Kyle Lowry: Won't play Wednesday
Lowry (trade pending) is listed as out for Wednesday's game versus the Pistons.
Lowry was traded from Miami to Charlotte along with a first-round pick in exchange for Terry Rozier on Tuesday. However, the veteran point guard won't be available to make his Hornets' debut against Detroit. Lowry's next chance to suit up is Friday's matchup with Houston.... See More ... See Less
Hornets' Kyle Lowry: Unlikely to play pre-trade deadline
Hornets general manager Mitch Kupchak said Lowry (recently traded) is unlikely to play for the team prior to the league's Feb. 8 trade deadline, Schuyler Callihan of SI.com reports.
The Hornets dealt away Terry Rozier and acquired Lowry and a 2027 first-round pick earlier Tuesday, but the draft pick was the main asset in the deal for Charlotte. The 37-year-old is on an expiring deal and doesn't hold much appeal for a non-contending Hornets club, so Charlotte will look to flip him before the deadline in a separate transaction. Lowry could eventually suit up for the Hornets if a trade partner can't be found, though a buyout after the Feb. 8 deadline looks to be a more likely outcome to afford the veteran point guard a chance to join a playoff contender. Kupchak noted that the franchise plans to see what options exist via trade, and that the decision not to have Lowry play for the team at this time is something the Hornets are doing "out of respect for him."... See More ... See Less
Hornets' Kyle Lowry: Dealt to Charlotte
The Hornets acquired Lowry and a 2027 first-round draft pick from the Heat on Tuesday in exchange for Terry Rozier, Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN reports.
Lowry had recently moved to a bench role in Miami, and his outlook isn't likely to improve in Charlotte, where he'll presumably slot in as a low-minute backup to starting point guard LaMelo Ball. Acquiring the future first-round draft pick -- which includes protections, according to Wojnarowski -- was likely the greater priority in the deal for Charlotte than Lowry, a 37-year-old on an expiring deal who was presumably included in the trade for salary-matching purposes. Lowry is in the midst of his worst season in more than a decade, having averaged 8.2 points -- his fewest since 2008-09 -- on 42.6 percent shooting from the field to go with 4.0 assists, 3.5 rebounds, 1.7 three-pointers and 1.1 steals in 28.0 minutes per contest over 37 appearances for Miami. Given that the 10-31 Hornets aren't playoff contenders and wouldn't seem to have much use for a veteran on an expiring contract like Lowry, Wojnarowski relays that Charlotte has no immediate plans to waive him but will work towards moving him in another deal ahead of the Feb. 8 trade deadline.... See More ... See Less
Heat's Kyle Lowry: Coming off bench
Lowry will play a reserve role in Friday's matchup with the Hawks.
Lowry will come off the bench in favor of Caleb Martin. The veteran Lowry has been struggling as of late, averaging 3.6 points on 25.9 percent shooting to go along with 3.2 rebounds, 3.2 assists, 0.8 blocks and 0.6 triples across 23.6 minutes per game. It will be his first game as a reserve this season.... See More ... See Less
Heat's Kyle Lowry: Misses all six three-point tries
Lowry finished Wednesday's 121-97 loss to the Raptors with four points (2-9 FG, 0-6 3Pt), two rebounds, three assists and one block in 29 minutes.
Lowry has now gone five straight games scoring six points or less. He's had a rough start to the new year and is averaging just 5.3 points per game on 37.9 percent shooting in January.... See More ... See Less
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