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National Post 15 hours ago
Toronto Raptors’ Kyle Lowry needs to rediscover his superstar form if team wants a deep playoff run

Toronto Raptors’ Kyle Lowry needs to rediscover his superstar form if team wants a deep playoff run

He has had isolated games in 2015 that show he is capable of star-level performances. There just has not been a sustained stretch of those efforts
Washington Post Apr 19, 2015

Toronto Raptors point guard Kyle Lowry determined to bounce back in Game 2

TORONTO — Kyle Lowry was too distraught about under-cutting Bradley Beal and fouling out to be concerned about what was going on behind him. Back turned to the action as he walked to the bench late in the fourth quarter of the Toronto Raptors’ 93-86 overtime loss to the Washington Wizards in Game 1, Lowry missed Beal waving farewell.Read full article >>
CSN Washington Apr 19, 2015

Kyle Lowry respects Bradley Beal's taunting gesture

Kyle Lowry didn't see what Bradley Beal did in real time, but after watching it during a film session Sunday he wasn't salty about it.
CSN Washington Apr 18, 2015

VIDEO: Bradley Beal waves at Raptors bench after Lowry fouls out

After hitting a tough off-balance shot late in the fourth quarter, Bradley Beal waved as Kyle Lowry fouled out and took a seat on the bench.
Bullets Forever Apr 16, 2015

Wizards vs. Raptors playoffs preview: How John Wall and Kyle Lowry stack up

To help preview the upcoming playoff matchup between the Raptors and Wizards, it's time to look at how the two point guards stack up against one another. John Wall has carried the Wizards all season. When Bradley Beal was out, Wall was basically the only source of offense the Wizards could find. After the All-Star break, when the offense was stagnating, Wall created his own shots by driving to the hoop, and found his teammates shots. Now, in the first round of the playoffs, it's time for Wall to carry the Wizards once again. On the other side of the court, he'll be going up against Kyle...

DeRozan says bring on the Wizards; Stoudamire knew Lowry had it; Some interesting final stats

A franchise-record 49 wins, original Raptors star Damon Stoudamire honoured, Kyle Lowry finds his jump shot, DeMar DeRozan keeps on rolling, showing no signs of injury and then says this , one heck of a night to finish the regular season. - The usually defensively-solid Hornets looked like they had already booked their tee times […]
Sun Herald Apr 15, 2015

Kyle Lowry leads Raptors to record 49th win

Kyle Lowry scored 26 points and the Toronto Raptors wrapped up the regular season with their franchise record 49th victory, beating the Charlotte Hornets 92-87 on Wednesday night.
Raptors HQ Apr 11, 2015

Raptors Clinch Home Court, Beat Heat 107-104

The Raptors matched their franchise-best 48 wins AND clinched home court in the first round of the playoffs in beating the Heat 107-104. This one was always going to be tougher than the standings suggested (although with these Raptors, any game is tougher than the standings suggest, but I digress). On the second game of their Florida back to back, the Raptors had to find a way to overcome a Heat squad desperate to sneak into the playoffs. With Kyle Lowry only playing in his second game back from injury, and Amir Johnson still missing, the minutes allocation was bound to be challening for...
Toronto Sun Apr 10, 2015
DeMar DeRozan leads Raptors over Magic

DeMar DeRozan leads Raptors over Magic

Kyle Lowry was supposed to be the rusty Raptor, but the whole team seemed off against the Magic on Friday night.
Toronto Sun Apr 10, 2015
Kyle Lowry likely back in Raptors' lineup vs. Orlando Magic

Kyle Lowry likely back in Raptors' lineup vs. Orlando Magic

It looks like Kyle Lowry will be back in the Raptors lineup against the Magic on Friday night.
Toronto Sun Apr 9, 2015
Lowry hopes to play against Magic

Lowry hopes to play against Magic

It won’t be long now for Kyle Lowry, though the Raptors remain cautious with the health of their all-star point guard.
Raptors HQ Apr 8, 2015

Discuss: Should The Raptors Just Hold Kyle Lowry Out Until The Playoffs?

Or would you like to see him get some reps before that. A topic on people's minds -- especially with just six games left in the regular season -- is whether it would be beneficial for Kyle Lowry to get some game action prior to the start of the playoffs, even if it's just for a game, or even a quarter. Lowry has made it clear he will not rush back, and his injury is more serious than some regular wear and tear that's caused him to miss games. Still, is there any case for Lowry to consider coming back (if he's ready of course), or should the Raptors just hold him out until Game 1 of the...

Raptors the authors of their own misfortune; Credit to Hansbrough; Stevens is a gem

- At the risk of repeating ourselves, the Raptors can’t guard the perimeter. Especially not when Kyle Lowry isn’t playing. While Lowry has slipped in that department this season, his track record shows he can be one of the better defensive guards in the league. Nobody else on the roster can say the same and […]
Toronto Sun Apr 4, 2015
Celtics gut Raptors on last-second shot

Celtics gut Raptors on last-second shot

The Raptors have learned what life without Kyle Lowry is like.
The Dream Shake Mar 30, 2015

Shorthanded Rockets lose late to Raptors, 99-96

We witnessed the birth of CLINTSANITY, but there just weren't enough bodies tonight. It was a matchup between two very different types of playoff teams tonight. The Rockets were without Patrick Beverley (now out for the season to have surgery on his wrist), Dwight Howard (sitting out the second half of a back-to-back), Donatas Motiejunas (back spasms), and Terrence Jones (voodoo curse). The Raptors were missing their best player, Kyle Lowry, but otherwise are a healthy basketball team that isn't very good. They played about even, and the Raptors squeaked by. Just look at the minutes totals...

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