Kyle Lowry

#7PG,
Pts
22.4
Reb
4.8
Ast
7.0
Height: 6' 1"
Weight: 196
Born:
College: Villanova
Birth Place: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Draft: 2006 1st round (24th pick) by the
  • Golden Moment: When Baron Davis punished the Lakers bandwagon
    Golden State Of Mind

    Golden Moment: When Baron Davis punished the Lakers bandwagon

    One team has long been associated with glamor and celebrity and, of course, annual playoff appearances that often end with an NBA championship. That would be the Lakers, kings of California basketball. The other team was routinely browbeaten and bullied, so vastly inferior for such long stretches that rare trips to the postseason felt like a trip to nirvana. That would be the Warriors, humble NBA laborers who became downright subservient in the presence of the Lakers. Or so it used to be. —Monte Poole CSN Bay Area In preparation for this Golden Moment, I did a lot of meditation. I needed to travel back in time and space to analyze the first game I attended wherein I actually expected the Warriors

  • Clippers hire Bruce Bowen to be analyst replacing Michael Smith
    Los Angeles Times4 hours ago

    Clippers hire Bruce Bowen to be analyst replacing Michael Smith

    The Clippers have hired Bruce Bowen to be the analyst on team broadcasts, said several NBA executives who were not authorized to speak on the matter. Bowen replaces Michael Smith, who was let go this summer after 19 seasons. Bowen, who won three NBA championships with the San Antonio Spurs, had been working for ESPN since 2009. He will work alongside Ralph Lawler, who will be entering his 39th season with the team. Bowen will start his assignment when the Clippers play the Toronto Raptors on Oct. 1 and 3 in exhibition games in Hawaii. The Clippers also reached out to TNT analyst Reggie Miller about being the team’s analyst, the executives said. The Clippers have also hired Jeanne Zelasko as the

  • NBA Future Power Rankings: Where will the Raptors be in three years?
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    NBA Future Power Rankings: Where will the Raptors be in three years?

    As the old adage goes, the future is unwritten. But, since basketball writers many don’t care about old adages — we’re looking for that new shit, baby! — the future tends to get written about a lot. ESPN’s crack squad of prognosticators was at it again today with a look at where the NBA’s teams will be in three years. They called it the NBA Future Power Rankings. In the column, Kevin Pelton and Bobby Marks run each team through some sort of math formula and blah blah blah we get a ranking of 30 teams. Where did the Raptors end up? I’m glad you asked. Says Marks: 12. Toronto Raptors (Previous rank: 10) Give Raptors GM Masai Ujiri credit. Faced with a disappointing finish to the season, Ujiri could