Lowry Was Spotted Sharing A Wholesome Moment With VanVleet's Daughter Last Night (VIDEO)
The basketball player is turning into Uncle Lowry.
If you needed another reason to love Kyle Lowry, it turns out the player is practicing his uncle skills. The 33-year-old family man was spotted walking his son, Kameron, and Fred VanVleet's daughter, Sanaa, down the tunnel at Scotiabank Arena in a genuinely wholesome moment on Sunday night. The video has since got fans gushing over the adorable moment.
The video, which was posted on the Raptors' Twitter page on Sunday night, shows the Raptors player holding hands with both his son and VanVleet's daughter.
The adorable act had fans melting with some joking that they wished Lowry would adopt them.
Others labelled the NBA Allstar "Uncle Lowry" after he was spotted with VanVleet's little girl.
Of course, this isn't the first time that Lowry has shared a cute interaction with his kids.
Back in January, the NBA star sharedwith his youngest son Karter, who he kissed after tumbling onto Toronto's baseline.
VanVleet is also no slouch when it comes to spending quality time with his loved ones.
The 25-year-old flew to his hometown Rockford, Illinois, during the NBA Finals last season for the birth of his son, Fred Jr., before flying back to Toronto and battling it out on the court.
The Raptor's rookie also recently opened up about his close relationship with Lowry, calling him "," making him the perfect fit for an honorary uncle.
"A lot of what I do comes from him. It's my job to take what he did and try to take it to the next level," he said during an interview last week.
Last summer,about how much his kids love Toronto and how they've already begun to develop his competitiveness.
"Running down the steps, tag, finishing dinner, who showers first, they are way too competitive. I will not lie to you," Lowry joked.
"That is a problem in my household right now, which I truly appreciate, but I have to figure something out," he added.
The Raptors will play the Indiana Pacers on Wednesday, February 5, at 7:30 p.m.