Kyle Lowry is not expected to be traded as we’re approaching the 25 March trade deadline, according to Josh Lewenberg of TSN.
Several reports in the last few months suggested that Lowry could be in the trade block with several teams interested in acquiring him.
(via Josh Lewenberg):
“…according to sources, teams inquiring into Lowry’s availability have been told that the Raptors do not intend to move him. You can never say never in the NBA, but as of now it seems likely that the six-time all-star – and arguably the greatest player in the franchise’s history – will finish the season with Toronto.”
Lowry has spent nine years with Toronto, winning the NBA championship once (2019). He is averaging 18.0 points, 7.0 assists, and 5.5 rebounds for the Raptors this season.
Toronto is still in the play-in tournament discussion as they are at 17-23 being 11th in the Eastern Conference heading into the NBA trade deadline.