Kyle Lowry Stats
- Height / Weight
- 72 / 196 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 3/25/1986 (35)
Kyle Lowry Last 10 Games
Kyle Lowry News
Miami Heat point guard Kyle Lowry (ankle) is questionable to play against the Orlando Magic on Monday. Lowry is still recovering from a sprained ankle he suffered in the season opener last Thursday and missed Saturday's game. The Heat offense looked in disarray without Lowry as Gabe Vincent was pedestrian as a starter. If Lowry is out again, Vincent will likely make his second straight start, but Tyler Herro will be the person to look for. Herro is coming off a 30-point, 10-rebound performance and is playing exceptionally well to start the season.
Miami Heat point guard Kyle Lowry (ankle) will be unavailable for Saturday's game against the Pacers due to an ankle injury. Gabe Vincent slides into the starting five in his place and will see a bump in DFS appeal, although Tyler Herro and Jimmy Butler also stand to see their value increased due to added ballhandling opportunities. Lowry's Heat debut was scuttled by a 1-for-8 shooting performance earlier in the week. The six-time All-Star remains a must-start season-long fantasy commodity when healthy, but how quickly he acclimates to Miami's mix remains to be seen. His next chance to suit up comes Monday vs. Orlando.
Miami Heat guard Kyle Lowry (ankle) is considered a game-time call for Saturday's matchup against the Pacers. The veteran sprained his left ankle during Thursday's bout against the Milwaukee Bucks, relegating him to only 24 minutes of action. He also shot an abysmal 1-for-8 from the floor, and he finished with just five points during his debut with his new squad. Nonetheless, regardless of Lowry's designation, the ailment may continue to limit him from a production and minutes standpoint. As a result, Tyler Herro, who posted 27 points against the defending champs, could be in store for another efficient outing.
Miami Heat guard Kyle Lowry (ankle) is listed as questionable heading into Saturday's matchup in Indiana. Lowry sprained his left ankle during the opening night rout over the reigning NBA Champs, the Bucks. It wasn't Lowry's night on Wednesday, as he would go on to finish with only five points on a rough 1-for-8 shooting effort. Nonetheless, Tyler Herro will probably slide into the starting lineup if the longtime Raptor can't suit up against Indiana, making him a must-start in all fantasy formats. Herro looked fantastic against Milwaukee, finishing with a team-high 27 points while draining 50 percent of his shots from deep (eight attempts).