Kyle Lowry To Get An Honorary Doctorate From A Canadian Uni & Says He'll Go By 'Dr. Lowry'

He says he'll be a "doctor of greatness."

Kyle Lowry To Receive Honorary Doctorate From Acadia University

Call him "Dr. Lowry." The Toronto Raptors' Kyle Lowry is getting an honorary doctorate from Acadia University in Nova Scotia.

According to the school, "[Lowry] rallied the nation when he led Canada's only NBA franchise to an historic NBA Championship victory in 2019." They also highlighted his commitment to improving the quality of life for people in Toronto and Philadelphia.

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Speaking to reporters after the game on April 21, Lowry said "I'm getting my doctorate" before joking that once it's official he will not respond to anything other than "Dr. Lowry."

When asked what he will be a doctor of, the sports star responded "doctor of greatness."

According to the university, seven people will be receiving honorary degrees, including former Prime Minister Paul Martin, Murray Sinclair, and Nova Scotia's Chief Medical Officer of Health Dr. Robert Strang.

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