(Kyle) Lowry wants the money. He’s thought about the money (which will probably land in the $36 million (U.S.) over three years range), but he also wants to feel loved. That’s what they all really want – more than team pedigree or the chance to win. It’s a universal desire.
The upcoming playoffs are not Lowry’s chance to win over Toronto. We’re past doubting. The playoffs are Toronto’s chance to prove it deserves him.
“I’m happy,” Lowry says, trying to drill down to what this season means. “I’m not satisfied, but I’m happy.”
That works for the Raptors as well. They should be happy with this season. Unless it’s capped by Lowry choosing to re-up in Canada, there is no satisfaction to be had from it.
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