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Kyle Lowry Leaving The Toronto Raptors For Miami Heat

Toronto Raptors' point guard Kyle Lowry has announced that he has signed for the Miami Heat.

Posting on his verified Twitter account, accompanied by fire emojis, Lowry said: "MIAMI HEAT X KYLE LOWRY. LET'S GOO!!"

Sources told ESPN the sign-and-trade deal with Miami would be a three-year contract worth approximately $90 million.

Lowry, who has spent nine seasons with the Raptors, was a key part of their success during the NBA Championship win in 2019.

On July 30, the Raptors had just drafted their first-ever Canadian, Dalano Banton, to the team.

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