The Philadelphia 76ers’ quest to become a strong title contender has yet to come to an end as they continue to look for ways to reshape their roster mid-season after missing James Harden , Sixers general manager Daryl Morey wants to bounce back and acquire another high-profile signing with Toronto Raptors goaltender Kyle Lowry who has become a potential target recently

“League sources say Philadelphia, which failed in bid for Harden, is still looking for major action to increase its league chances But one name to watch is Raptors point guard Kyle Lowry, a 34-year-old Philadelphia native in the final season of his contract.”

Lowry is currently recording a standard of 177 points, 54 rebounds and 64 assists in 25 appearances for the Raptors this season, however, he has already been ruled out in their previous games after suffering an ankle injury in February. 16 vs. Milwaukee Bucks

Despite his health, the six-time All-Star is still capable of playing heavy minutes and handling playmaker duties for any team in the league. In fact, his potential relocation to the 76ers might even help him as he will have plenty of weapons at his disposal including Tobias Harris, Ben Simmons, and MVP frontman Joel Embiid.

The 34-year-old will also bring valuable playoff experience to the point guard, something the Sixers have been lacking in recent seasons.

The 76ers may occupy the top spot in the Eastern Conference right now, but they’ll undoubtedly be even better if they manage to trade to Kyle Lowry without giving up any of their key players.


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