Kyle Lowry’s name has once again taken a high note in the NBA trade rumor mill. The veteran guard is averaging just 12.4 points, 4.4 rebounds and 5.4 assists per game for Erik Spoelstra’s side as the majority of the burden of leading the team has fallen on the shoulders of Jimmy Butler and Bam Adebayo.
Although the Miami Heat wants to continue on using the experience of Lowry in the front court, there have been reports of how other teams have constantly been urging to acquire the former NBA Champion before the 2023 trade deadline to strengthen or rather boost their championship aspirations.
A recent report from Matt Moore of Action Network revealed that Erik Spoelstra’s Miami Heat have been receiving calls about guard – Kyle Lowry, despite some previous reports suggesting that the concerned Eastern Conference team is not trying to trade the point guard.
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As per the report, “Some recent reporting out of Miami has suggested that Lowry is not available, but teams continue to call to gauge whether that remains true as the Heat struggle to generate anything resembling a functioning playoff-level offense.”
While there have been constant reports of Kawhi Leonard urging the Clippers to acquire his former teammate Kyle Lowry, it would be interesting to see if the Heat who are framing their scoring strategies around Tyler Herro, Max Struss, Bam Adebayo, and Jimmy Butler will actually want to hold onto Lowry.
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