Any team in the NBA looking for a talented, scrappy point guard, contact the Toronto Raptors.
ESPN is reporting that Raptors GM Masai Ujiri, fresh off of moving Rudy Gay Sunday night in a deal with Sacramento is prepared to move Kyle Lowry next.
New Raptors front-office boss Masai Ujiri has managed to trade away Andrea Bargnani and now Gay over the past six months to create financial flexibility going forward and — with Toronto apparently determined to avoid any accidental success in the Atlanta Division — is said to be happy to surrender veteran point guard Kyle Lowry next.
Lowry is talented, but he also has a reputation as being mercurial with coaches and teammates. Moving Lowry allows Ujiri to continue his quest to tank, all while using malcontent players as his excuse.