Kyle Lowry had an up and down season last year due to injuries which barred him from developing a consistent rhythm despite the team getting to the Eastern Conference Finals. Lowry suffered a persistent hamstring injury during the playoffs that caused him only to play in a few games to help the Heat stay alive, mainly in the Conference Finals.
But Lowry doesn’t make much of his injuries and feels he doesn’t have to answer much about them. Despite the criticism he received last year, Lowry doesn’t take to them heavily, if at all. Lowry spoke about his injury woes and more before hitting the links at Raptor Coach Nick Nurse’s celebrity golf event in Toronto.
“If you know me, you know what I do. I don’t talk about it; I just go out there and operate,” said Lowry.
In the 10 games that he played in the playoffs, Lowry averaged 7.8 points and 4.7 rebounds in 29.5 minutes per game. Lowry posted 18 points and 10 dimes in Game 6 of the Eastern Conference Finals.
Look out for Lowry and the Heat to bounce back while reaching for greater heights of NBA glory in this coming year.