The Vertical and other media outlets reported Lowry agreed to a three-year contract worth $100 million.
The immediate reaction to this news is that it feels like a Kyle Lowry agreement is on the way.
"I'm sad that may people will have read a rumor and will have made a false assumption that can last forever, while they maybe will not read what I'm writing now". There are a lot of teams that would have loved to sign an All-Star point guard, especially since Chris Paul was taken off the market so quickly by the Houston Rockets. And he's going back to a team that has posted consecutive 50-win seasons and reached the playoffs in each of the last four years.
"I'm coming back to Toronto because my heart is telling me that it's home - and because staying home, for me and my family, feels like the right thing to do", Lowry wrote.
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The Knicks will need a lot more than just a president to purge the stigma of being a dysfunctional and ingrate organization as they proved to be throughout last season, in the midst of many issues between their players and their front office.
Now that's been proven. Ibaka will be a mid-range fantasy prospect this season.
Raptors fans will sleep easy knowing the best point guard in franchise history (sorry, Damon Stoudamire) is under contract for at least three more seasons.
Ibaka didn't call out any reporters specifically, but as Bleacher Report noted on Saturday, this week ESPN's Zach Lowe discussed the topic during an appearance on BR's "The Full 48" podcast. The Oklahoma City Thunder inherited the rights to Ibaka, who was then playing in the ACB League in Spain, and brought him to the National Basketball Association in 2009 via buyout.