2019-06-28 09:01:55A A
Danny Green on Kyle Lowry's grandmother passing close to NBA Finals: "The crazy thing is - nobody knew this - he kind of did it, he kept it under wraps and nobody knew." With a heavy heart, Lowry posted up 26 pts, 10 assists & 7 rebounds in Game 6, to help the Raptors win the title over the GSW.
Damn, hell of a way to honor her
First thing I thought of was when Isaiah Thomas played after his sister passed, different circumstances but damn both tug the heart strings
A lot of players seem to find a new level when someone close to them has just died, I’ve seen it a lot in football.
That Brett Favre MNF game after his dad passed is legendary.
Ahh yes, I remember that game from when I was a kid, the day I watched Brett Favre murder the Oakland Raiders in cold blood on TV in front of millions and walk away from it.
Torrey Smith is a good example. Still remember that game. And he was a rookie at that time. Respect to these athletes man
Yeah remember that one well. His brother passed away literally the night before and Torrey was set to play in a national game the next evening. He went to see his family Sunday morning then came back to play in the game that same evening.
Put up an awesome performance (6 catches, 127 yards and 2 TDs) in an intense, close game with the Patriots. The same Ravens team beat the Patriots again in the championship game to go on and win the Super Bowl.
Being the goat for a franchise is so much more than stats and wins, it's about embodying all that the franchise is. And Kyle is the raptors, through and through.
Absolutely. Lowry's been thru the shitter. Or ringer or whatever
This is facts
DeRozan died for this
It still saddens me but I'm sure he is excited for Lowry, even if it stings a little. Wish he could have been here with him for it, though.
Insane respect to Lowry, one of the toughest dudes in the league. Philly made baby