Kyle Lowry is currently playing his second season for the Miami Heat.
He is producing 12.2 points, 4.4 rebounds, and 5.3 assists a game, which are good numbers for a player who has been in the league for 16 years.
But this might end up being Lowry’s last season with the former champions.
Former NBA player and current analyst Kendrick Perkins has heard that Lowry is not satisfied with his team.
He reported that Lowry and the Heat are “not seeing eye-to-eye.”
The Miami Heat and Kyle Lowry are "not seeing eye-to-eye," per @KendrickPerkins.
"[The Clippers] got a few point guards that making money. John Wall. Reggie Jackson. Kyle Lowry and Ty Lue are good friends. I'm just saying." pic.twitter.com/8nCvDx1kCz
— Unbiased NBA Fan (@nonbiasednbafan) February 2, 2023
Perkins went even further than that, suggesting that perhaps Lowry already has a new home in mind.
“[The Clippers] got a few point guards that making money. John Wall. Reggie Jackson. Kyle Lowry and Ty Lue are good friends. I’m just saying,” Perkins said.
What are the chances that Lowry leaves the Heat for the Clippers or any other team in the league?
His time in Miami certainly hasn’t been as great as planned.
Upon signing with the team last season, Lowry averaged 13.4 points, 4.5 rebounds, and 7.5 assists but he experienced a few problems.
Throughout the season, Lowry had a slew of injuries during his inaugural season in South Beach.
With lower output this season, it’s clear that Lowry’s position with the Heat is having some difficulties.
Is unhappiness the reason behind them?
Even at 36 years old, Lowry would still generate interest from multiple teams if he and the Heat decided to part ways.
But would the Clippers, who already have several aging stars who are injury-prone, be the most likely suitors for him?
We have no idea if the Heat plan to send Lowry away but if he’s truly unhappy they might be forced to.NEXT: NBA Analyst Raises Alarming Concern With Kyle Lowry And Heat