PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Kyle Lowry has signed a new four-year deal, worth $48 million with the Toronto Raptors. Lowry, 28, was considered one of the top guards on the free-agent market after averaging 17.9 points and 7.4 assists per game last season, while leading the Raptors to their first playoff appearance since 2008.
Lowry, born in Philadelphia, started his basketball journey playing at both Cardinal Dougherty and Northeast High School. Lowry went on to play two years at Villanova, earning All Big-East Rookie team (2004-05) and All Big-East Second Team (2005-06) honors.
You may also be interested in these stories:
- Intellectually Disabled Man Attacked By Juveniles Receives Medal, Signed Steph Curry Photo
- Officers Injured After Brawl Breaks Out At California Mall
- Police: Driver Allegedly Under The Influence Crashes Car Into Motel Swimming Pool
- College Cuts Ties With Professor For Allegedly Saying Otto Warmbier ‘Got Exactly What He Deserved’
- Police: Dog Attacks Child In South Philadelphia