Kyle Lowry took part in American Century Celebrity Golf Tournament this weekend in Lake Tahoe, Nevada. Lowry's golf game wasn't at its best, probably because he's still recovering from that championship run the Raptors went on. However, it didn't seem to have an impact on the great time Kyle Lowry had at the tournament. He even got to hang out with former teammate Jonas Valanciunas - that's what fans thought at first glance, anyway.\nKyle Lowry posted a series of photos on Instagram of his weekend in Nevada. One of which was a shot of him posing with what looks like former Raptor Jonas Valanciunas.\nKyle Lowry | Instagram\nmatt_smolenksi\nmichael.sheld0n\nsamonella00\nTo everyone's surprise, though, this guy is not Valanciunas and no, he isn't related to him either. Travis Kelce, a tight end for the Kansas City Chiefs in the NFL, just happens to look identical to him. Let's be honest, Kelce and Valanciunas could definitely pass as twins and as you could see Lowry seems to think so as well.\n"I got to see JV on the course also , naw forreal they really lookalike 🤷🏾♂️😂😂😂" Lowry wrote in the caption.\nView this post on Instagram THANK YOU!!! To my teammates, coaches, and the #chiefskingdom for all the memories... a season I know I’ll never forget!! And there’s not a doubt in my mind where we’ll be a year from now... nobody can tell me any different!! A post shared by Travis Kelce (@killatrav) on Jan 23, 2019 at 6:43am PST\nThe resemblance is honestly uncanny.\nView this post on Instagram Close to 7 years ago I came to Toronto for a reason. I came for the people, for the Raptors organization, for the city. Thank you guys for believing in me, for drafting me in 2011. It’s a long list of people in Toronto I want to thank. Trainers, front office, arena staff, therapists, my teammates and of course my coaches. Thank you to everyone who helped me in Toronto to go out, compete and play basketball. Through good times or bad times, Toronto fans stood by me from day 1, trusted me so thank you! You have no idea how much I appreciate it. A post shared by Jonas Valanciunas (@jvalanciunas) on Feb 9, 2019 at 10:07pm PST\nView this post on Instagram 🎉 88:73 Lithuania 🇱🇹 - Israel / Ačiū komandai ir fanams! #Lithuaniabasketball #Eurobasket2017 #jonasvalanciunas #jvalanciunas A post shared by Jonas Valanciunas (@jvalanciunas) on Sep 2, 2017 at 2:35pm PDT\nThis is all the proof you need that doppelgängers do exist.