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Position: Point Guard
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Kyle Terrell Lowry was born March 25, 1986 is an American professional basketball player for the Miami of the National Basketball Association. He was a six-time NBA All-Star and was named to the All-NBA Third Team in 2016. Lowry win an NBA championship with the Raptors in 2019, their first championship in franchise history. He was part of the U.S. national team that won a gold medal at the Summer Olympics 2016.

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Lowry played 2 seasons of college basketball with the Villanova Wildcats before being selected by the Memphis with 24th overall pick in the 1st round of the 2006 NBA draft. He started his NBA career with the Memphis and Houston Rockets before being traded to Toronto. In his 2nd season with the Raptors, he helped the Raptors reach the playoffs for the first time in seven years and won the Atlantic Division in 2013-14. In 20152016, he led the Raptors to 56 wins, the highest total in franchise history at the time, and helped the team reach the Eastern Conference finals for the first time.

Lowry is widely regarded as the Toronto Raptors’ greatest player of all time for the work he has done to turn the team around from the post-Vince Carter era to a legitimate NBA contender, bringing 2019 to the team’s first championship of the year. The Raptors have had their greatest success under Lowry, from their two Eastern Conference finals berths to all five of their 50 wins. Under Lowry, the Raptors have regularly improved their win totals.

Kyle Lowry's Early life

He was born & raised in North Philadelphia, Lowry is one of the two sons of Marie Holloway and Lonnie Lowry Sr., next to his 5-year-old brother, Lonnie Jr.. His father lives 10 minutes from home, including Lowry’s cousin Lakita. When Kyle was about seven years old, Lonnie Sr. was estranged from his family, leaving him and his siblings by his mom (who worked in the IRS and U.S. Post Office) and his disciplined grandmother (who worked in Duncan Donut). Kyle credits Lonnie Jr. for his survival and happiness for making sure he doesn’t go down the same path as his childhood friend who is no longer alive, including not allowing Kyle Lowry to have any tattoos and piercings. His brother was also an instrumental in teaching him how to play basketball, play ball with older boys, and learn not to dwell on his estranged father. His brother also scoured newspaper ads for AAU basketball tryouts and made sure Lowry could get there and build their team.

High school career

Lowry was in Cardinal Dougherty High School in Philadelphia and played as a point guard for the school’s college basketball team.


Recognized by as a five-star recruit, he was ranked No. 6 point guard and No. 28 in the United States in 2004.

College career

During Villanova’s freshman season, Lowry was named to the Big East Rookie Team and was named Philadelphia’s Big 5 Rookie of the Year. In their 24 games (3 starts), he averaged 7.5 pts, 3.2 rebounds, 2.0 assists, and 1.3 steals.

In his sophomore season, Lowry was named to the All-Big East 2nd Team and the All-Five First Team. In their 33 games (31 starts), he averaged 11.0 pts, 4.3 rebounds, 3.7 assists, and 2.3 steals per game.

On Feb. 27, 2020, Lowry’s No. 1 jersey was retired by Villanova Wildcats.

Professional career

Memphis Grizzlies (2006–2009)

Lowry was being selected by the Memphis Grizzlies with the 24th overall pick in the 2006 NBA draft. He played ten games as a rookie before breaking his wrist on Nov. 21, 2006, against the Cleveland Cavaliers. He then underwent season-ending surgery.

Lowry returned for the 2007-08 season and played all 82 games for the Grizzlies.

During the 2008-09 season, Lowry and good friend Mike Conley Jr. competed for minutes and the starting point guard spot. In Jan. 2009, Lionel Hollins was named the team’s head coach, and Lowry was told the team would reserve starting minutes for Conley. Lowry was not happy with his role, and some in the organization saw him as a bad influence on the team.

Houston Rockets (2009–2012)

On Feb. 19, 2009, Lowry was traded to the Houston Rockets in a three-team trade between the Grizzlies and the Orlando Magic. In Houston, Lowry came to appreciate the guidance of his new coach, Adelman. With the Houston Rockets making the playoffs in 2009, Lowry made the playoffs for the first time in his career.

During the 2009-10 season, Lowry served as Aaron Brooks’ backup point guard. On December 18, 2009, he had a career-high 26 points, 10 assists, 6 rebounds, and 5 steals in a 116-108 victory over the Mavericks.

On June 30, 2010, as his contract expired, the Rockets extended a qualifying offer, making Lowry a restricted free agent. On July 13, 2010, he signed a four-year, $23.5 million offer with the Cleveland Cavaliers. The Rockets quickly matched the offer and kept Lowry.

In 2010-11, Lowry started 71 of his 75 games, and his reputation in the league began to solidify. On December 3, he had a career-high 28 points and a career-high 12 assists in the Rockets’ 127-111 victory over the Memphis Grizzlies. On Dec. 17, Lowry had 17 points and a career-high 18 assists in yet another win over the Grizzlies. On Jan. 14, he tied a season-high with 28 points in a 110-105 overtime loss to the Hornets. On Feb. 16, he scored a career-high 36 pts in a 114-105 loss to the Philadelphia 76ers. On March 8, he had 32 points and a career-high seven 3-pointers in a 113-110 loss to the Phoenix Suns. On March 20, in a 110-108 win over the Utah Jazz, he recorded his 1st career triple-double with 28 pts, 11 rebounds, and 10 assists, becoming the Rockets’ fourth since the 2002-03 season. Players with triple-doubles. He was then named Western Conference Player of the Week.

Coach Adelman and the Rockets parted ways after the 2010-11 season, and Lowry initially clashed with new head coach Kevin McHale. Lowry appeared in 47 of the 66 games suspended during the 2011-12 season, started 38, and missed the 16 games in March and April with a bacterial infection that required hospitalization. In Lowry’s absence, backup point guard Goran Dragic has played well in his absence, and the Rockets decided to trade Lowry to improve their salary cap issues and get a draft pick in the offseason.

Toronto Raptors (2012–2021)

2012–13 season: First year in Toronto

On Jul. 2012, Lowry was traded to the Toronto Raptors for Gary Forbes and a future first-round pick. Lowry averaged more than 23 pts and seven assists in the first three games of the season but was injured in the team’s fourth game, a loss to the Oklahoma City Thunder on November 6, 2012. After his return, he came off the bench behind Jose Calderon, but when Calderon brought Grizzlies small forward Rudy Gay to the Raptors in a three-team trade on January 30, 2013, He regained his starting position when he was with the team.

On May 31, 2013, Masai Ujiri was recruit as the new general manager of the Toronto aptors, replacing Brian Colangelo. Ujiri believes Lowry has star potential but has found his NBA fame has more to do with his history of clashes with coaches and his body language than his talent. Ujiri challenged Lowry in the offseason conference to be a better leader and player. “Did you want to be a 3 million dollar player, a $2 million player for the rest of our careers,” Ujiri remembers asking Lowry, “…or do you want to be an A player for $10 million or more?” He also received mentorship from Chauncey Billups, who Lowry remembers “mentally pushing me to challenge myself.” Lowry took the advice of Ujiri and others in anticipation of the upcoming season, heading into training camp healthy for the 1st time in several seasons.

2013–14 season: Individual and team improvement

The Raptors started the 2013-2014 season with a 6-12 record until Gay, the team’s leading scorer, was traded to the Sacramento Kings. After the trade, Raptors shooting guard DeMar DeRozan approached Lowry, and the two decided to take over because they knew they could both if the team decided to rebuild rather than fight for a playoff spot. be traded. Lowry’s name has been linked to several teams in trade rumors, most commonly the New York Knicks, but the Knicks are reportedly reluctant to send a first-round pick to Toronto in exchange for Lowry. The post-gay Raptors quickly became one of the best teams in the Eastern Conference, and many credit Lowry’s stellar performances and leadership as a big factor in their success. The team finished the game season with a franchise-best record of 48-34, third in the Eastern Conference and 1st in the Atlantic Division for the 2nd time in franchise history. They made the game playoffs for the 1st time since 2008, but lost in the 1st round to the Nets after Lowry’s potential game-winner was blocked by Paul Pierce in Game 7. Despite a disappointing end to the season, Lowry’s career scoring averages-17.9 points, 7.4 assists, 4.7 rebounds in the regular season, and 21.1 points, 4.7 assists, and 4.7 rebounds in the playoffs.

Lowry entered the offseason as one of the NBA’s most coveted free agents, attracting interest from the Miami Heat, Houston Rockets, and others. On July 10, 2014, he signed a four-year extension with the Raptors worth $48 million.

2014–15 season: First All-Star selection

The Raptors and Lowry continued to play strongly the next season, and the team was once again the top seed in the East. On November 7, 2014, Lowry became the franchise’s all-time leader in triple-doubles with 13 points, 10 assists, and 11 rebounds against the Washington Wizards. It was Lowry’s 6th career triple-double and his fourth with the Raptors, surpassing previous triple-double Damon Stoudemire. On Dec. 3, he scored a career-high 39 points on 13-of-22 shooting against the Utah Jazz. On January 5, 2015, Lowry was named Eastern Conference Player of the Month for December 2014, making him the second Raptor after Chris Bosh to receive the honor. Lowry is averaging 22.3 points, 8.9 assists and 4.2 rebounds this month, winning Player of the Week in Week 1 and helping the Raptors to an 11-4 record. On January 22, 2015, Lowry was announced as the Eastern Conference starter in the 2015 NBA All-Star Game, making his first All-Star selection. He became the third Raptors to be selected as a starter after Vince Carter and Bosh. On Feb. 5, 2015, the NBA announced that Lowry would also participate in the 2015 NBA All-Star Weekend Skills Challenge as part of NBA All-Star Weekend. Lowry finished the All-Star Game with 10 pts, a team-high eight assists, 3 rebounds, and 4 steals in a loss against the West, completing his first game dunk since 2009.

On Mar. 16, 2015, Lowry recorded his seventh career triple-double with 20 points, 11 rebounds, and 10 assists in a 117-98 victory over the Indiana Pacers. The Raptors finished the 2014-2015 season with a franchise-best record of 49-33, fourth in the East and first in the Atlantic, but were beaten in the first round despite entering the series with home-court advantage. The Washington Wizards swept. Lowry averaged 17.8 pts, 6.8 assists, and 4.7 rebounds in 70 regular-season games, but had a disappointing 12.3 points, 4.8 assists, & 5.5 rebounds in the playoffs, and many questioned his Health in the series.

2015–16 season: All-NBA Third Team

After a disappointing playoff run, Lowry entered the 2015-16 season with a noticeably slimmer physique and looked “nearly ten times the same size as him,” according to Toronto Sun contributor Ryan Wollstadt. years as slim and healthy as an NBA career.” Lowry explained that he wanted to prepare for “82 games and a long postseason.” On Nov. 3, he scored a game-high 27 points against the Dallas Mavericks, who started the Raptors 4-0 for the 1st time in franchise history (the streak ended with five wins). On December 5, Lowry scored a career-high 41 points and made six 3-pointers in a loss to the Golden State Warriors.

On January 18, 2016, Lowry tied a career-high with seven 3-pointers in the game, scoring a game-high 31 points in a 112-100 win over the Brooklyn Nets. On January 21, he was named the starter for the Eastern Conference All-Star team in the NBA All-Star Game 2016. He was also later named a player in the 3 point contest, making him the third Raptors player to compete in the event. On Feb. 1, in a 112-93 loss to the Denver Nuggets, Lowry passed Alvin Williams for second on the Raptors’ assists list. The next day, Lowry and teammate DeMar DeRozan were selected as co-recipients of the Eastern Conference Player of the Month for January. The duo helped the Raptors go 12-2 this month and set a franchise-record 11-game winning streak. On Feb. 14, Lowry finished his second All-Star Game with 14 points, 10 assists, 5 rebounds, & 2 steals in the East’s 196-173 loss against the West, the first in Toronto. On Feb. 22, he recorded his eighth career triple-double (sixth as the Raptors) with 22 pts, 11 assists, & 11 rebounds in a 122-95 victory over the New York Knicks. Four days later, he had a career-high 43 points on 15-of-20 shooting and had nine assists, 5 rebounds, and four steals in a 99-97 win over the Cleveland Cavaliers. On Feb. 29, he was named Eastern Conference Player of the Week for the Feb. 22-28 game. On March 21, in the March 14-20 game, he was again named Eastern Conference Player of the Week, becoming the first player since Chris Bosh in 2009-10 to win the award multiple times in the same season. Awards for the Raptors player. On March 30, he had 17 points, 11 assists, and 6 rebounds in a 105-97 win over the Atlanta Hawks, helping the Raptors to their first 50-win game in franchise history. Their team finished the regular season with a 56-26 record, finishing first in the Atlantic Division and second in the Eastern Conference for the third straight year.

Lowry entered the playoffs with bursitis in his shooting elbow and shot just 32 percent in the final ten games of the season. When the Raptors faced the Indiana Pacers in the first round, his poor shooting continued into the playoffs. Despite Lowry’s struggles, the Raptors beat the Pacers in seven games to win their 2nd playoff series in franchise history, their 1st since 2001, and Also their first 7-game series. In Game 3 of the Raptors’ 2nd round series against the Heat, He broke his shooting slump with an 11-for-19 33-point performance to help the Raptors win 95-91 and end a 2 -1 lead in the series. He tied his postseason career high with 36 points on 12-of-27 shooting in Game 6 of the series in a 103-91 loss and the Heat’s Game 7 in Toronto forced into desperation. In Game seven of the series, he scored 35 pts on 11-of-20 shooting with 9 assists, seven rebounds & 4 steals in a 116-89 victory that helped the Raptors advance to the Eastern Conference finals. A first in franchise history. In their Game 4 of the Western Conference finals over the Cleveland Cavaliers, Lowry scored 35 points on 14-for-20 shooting to help the Raptors win 105-99 to tie the series 2-2. Lowry scored another 35 points in Game 6 of the series but failed to force a Game 7, a 113-87 loss that knocked the Raptors out of the playoffs 4-2. Lowry ended his strong season with All-NBA Third Team honors. With his first All-NBA selection, he joins Vince Carter and Chris Bosh as the only players in franchise history to receive that recognition.

2016–17 season: Career high in scoring

On November 28, 2016, Lowry set a team record for a game-high 24 points on all six 3-pointers in a 122-95 victory over the Philadelphia 76ers. On Dec. 9, he scored 21 of his season-high 34 points in the second half of the Raptors’ 101-94 victory over the Boston Celtics. He set a season-high on Dec. 23, scoring 36 points, including 19 in the 4th quarter, to lead the Raptors to a 104-98 win over the Utah Jazz. On Jan. 1, 2017, he scored 20 of his season-high 41 points in the fourth quarter of the Raptors’ 123-114 victory over the LA Lakers. He also had 9 rebounds & 7 assists while making 5 of 6 3-pointers. On February 5, 2017, he recorded his 9th career triple-double with 15 points, 11 rebounds, & 11 assists in a 103-95 victory against the Brooklyn Nets. The next day, in the Raptors’ 118-109 win over the Los Angeles Clippers, Lowry made a 3-pointer from beyond the arc with 5:27 left in the first half to become the Raptors. The three-pointer leader. His 3rd 3-pointer of the night gave him a Toronto uniform of 802, surpassing Maurice Peterson’s record. Before the wrist injury, Lowry was averaging 24.6 PTS 7.0 AST 5.0 RPG 1.5 STL 50 FG% 45.6 3PT% 67 TS% in 40 games this season. On April 5, 2017, he returned after missing 18 games due to a wrist injury. He played 42 minutes and scored 27 points and 10 assists, helping the Raptors to a 105-102 victory over the Detroit Pistons, a 20-point deficit in the first half.

During the Raptors’ 2nd round playoff series against the Cleveland Cavaliers, Lowry sprained his left ankle in the 3rd quarter of 2nd game and aggravated the injury while warming up for Game 3. He was inactive in Game 4 and therefore couldn’t help the Raptors avoid a series sweep; in a 109-102 loss to the Cavaliers in Game 4, the Raptors exited the playoffs with a 4-0 loss.

After the playoffs, Lowry turned down his $12 million player option for the 2017-18 season and became an unrestricted free agent.

2017-18 season: Franchise record in wins

On July 7, 2017, Lowry signed a three-year extension with the Raptors worth $100 million. On October 27, 2017, in a 101-92 win over the Los Angeles Lakers, he recorded his 1st triple-double of the season with 11 points, 12 assists, and 10 rebounds. Eighth triple-double for the Dragons. Lowry passed Andrea Bargnani (6,581) with 19 points against the Boston Celtics on Nov. 12 for fourth on Toronto’s all-time scoring list. On Nov. 25, he had 15 points and a career-high 13 rebounds in a 112-78 victory over the Atlanta Hawks. 4 days later, he scored a season-high 36 pts in a 126-113 win over the Charlotte Hornets. On Dec. 15, he posted his 11th career triple-double with 10 points, 10 rebounds, and 12 assists, and his second of the season, in a 120-87 victory over the Brooklyn Nets. On Jan. 20, 2018, he scored a season-high 40 points on 14-for-25 shooting, including 6-for-10 from beyond the arc, in a 115-109 loss to the Minnesota Timberwolves. 3 days later, he was selected as a backup for the 2018 NBA All-Star Game, his fourth straight All-Star selection. On February 8, 2018, Lowry scored over 11,000 career points in a 113-88 victory over the New York Knicks. On Mar. 23, 2018, he recorded his 10th triple-double as a Raptors with 25 points, 12 assists, & 10 rebounds in a 116-112 win over the Nets.


In the Raptors’ first-round playoff game against the Washington Wizards, Lowry had 13 points and a career-high 12 assists in playoffs, the first time in Toronto’s history to lead a playoff series with A 2-0 lead won 130-119. In Game 6, Lowry scored 24 pts in a 102-92 win over the Wizards. In the 2nd round, the Raptors were swept by the Cleveland Cavaliers for the second year in a row.

2018–19 season: First NBA championship

In the Raptors’ season opener on Oct. 17, Lowry scored 27 points on 5-of-6 3-pointers and had 8 assists in a 116-104 win over the Cleveland Cavaliers. On Oct. 26, he had 20 points and 12 assists in a 116-107 victory over the Dallas Mavericks, marking the fourth straight game with 10 or more assists, becoming the first player since José Calderón. ) is the first Raptors player to accomplish this feat. Five games in a row in Mar. 2012. Lowry had 20 points and 13 assists in a 129-112 win over the Philadelphia 76ers on Oct. 30, extending his double-digit assist count to a career-high six games. A career-best streak ended with nine points. On Nov. 21, he recorded his 13th career triple-double with 21 pts, 17 assists, & 12 rebounds in a 124-108 win over the Hawks.

Lowry missed 10 games from Dec. 14 to Jan. 5 due to soreness in his left thigh (four games) and lower back (six games). On Mar. 3, he scored a season-high 35 pts in a 112-107 overtime loss to the Pistons. On Mar. 8, he had 13 points, 12 assists, & 11 rebounds in a 127-104 win over the Pelicans. In 1st game of the Eastern Conference Finals, He had 30 points and seven 3-pointers in a 108-100 loss to the Milwaukee Bucks. His seven 3-pointers were a season-high, a postseason career-high, and a career-high. In Game 5 against Milwaukee, Lowry passed DeMar DeRozan (1,117) as the team’s playoff scoring leader. In Game 6, he scored 17 pts to help the Raptors reach their first NBA Finals with a 100-94 score. In 6th game of the NBA Finals 2019, Lowry had 26 points, 10 assists and seven rebounds in a 114-110 victory over the GSW to help the Raptors earn franchise history the first NBA championship.

2019–20 season: 6th straight All-Star selection

On Oct. 7, 2019, Lowry signed a 1 year, 31 million dollar extension with the Raptors. On Nov. 2, 2019, Lowry scored a season-high 36 pts in a 115-105 loss to the Milwaukee Bucks. On November 8, 2019, Lowry missed 12 games for two weeks with a sore thumb in a 122-102 win over the New Orleans Pelicans. On December 3, 2019, he returned against the Miami Heat. He lost the game 121-110, scoring 12 points, 6 rebounds, 11 assists, 1 steal, and 1 block. On December 22, 2019, Lowry scored a game-high 20 of 32 points in a 110-107 fourth-quarter victory over the Dallas Mavericks to help the Raptors overcome a 30-point deficit to become the team The biggest comeback win in history and the first 30-point comeback win in a decade. On Dec. 23, 2019, Lowry was named Eastern Conference Player of the Week for the December 16-22 game. On August 1, 2020, Lowry had 33 points and a career-high 14 rebounds while leading the Raptors to a 107-93 victory over the Los Angeles Lakers. It was the Raptors’ first game in the Orlando bubble, a four-month hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The Raptors failed to defend their title as they were eliminated by the Boston Celtics in seven games in the second round.

2020–21 season: Final year in Toronto

On January 14, 2021, Lowry scored his 4,000th with the Raptors after scoring 16 points, 6 rebounds & a season-high 12 assists in a 111-108 against over the Charlotte Hornets assists, joining Curry and Lillard as the only players with more than 4,000 assists on his current team. On Jan. 27, 2021, Lowry reached 10,000 points with the Raptors, joining Chris Bosh and DeMar DeRozan as the team’s only team to reach 10,000 points after a quick 3-pointer against the Milwaukee Bucks Players of this milestone. He had 21 pts, five rebounds, and three assists in a 115-108 loss. On Jan. 31, 2021, Lowry had 12 points, six rebounds, and a season-high 15 assists in a 115-102 win over the Orlando Magic. On Feb. 2, 2021, Lowry had his first triple-double of the season with 14 points, 10 rebounds, & 10 assists in a 123-108 win over the Magic. On February 5, 2021, Lowry had a season-high 30 points, five rebounds, seven assists, and two steals in a 123-117 win over the Brooklyn Nets. On Feb. 26, 2021, Lowry had his second triple-double of the season with 20 points, 11 rebounds, and 10 assists in a 122-111 victory over the Houston. On Mar. 4, 2021, Lowry had a career-high 19 assists in a 132-125 loss to the Boston Celtics. On May 2, 2021, Lowry scored a career-high 37 points and made 8 3-pointers, 2 rebounds, 11 assists, and 1 steal in a 121-114 win over the Los Angeles Lakers’ new highs.

Miami Heat (2021–present)

On August 6, 2021, the Miami acquired Lowry from the Raptors via a sign-and-trade in exchange for former teammates Goran Dragic and Precious Achiuwa. On Nov. 6, 2021, Lowry recorded his first with the Heat with 20 points, 12 rebounds, and 10 assists while shooting 72 percent in a 118-115 victory over the Utah Jazz Triple-double and 19th career triple-double.

Lowry will miss multiple games with a hamstring injury during the 2022 playoffs. On May 27, in 6th game of the Eastern Conference Finals, Lowry scored a double-double of 18 points & 10 assists in a 111-103 victory over the Boston Celtics. In a decisive Game 7, the Heat were eliminated 100-96.

National team career

Kyle Lowry was a member of the U.S. men’s national team that won a gold medal at the 2016 Summer Olympics, during which he averaged 5 points & 3.3 rebounds. His best scoring performance was nine in the semi-final against Spain. He was praise for his defense and leadership during the game, with head coach Krzyzewski calling him the team’s the “unsung hero” and assistant coach Jim Boheim calling him “the best of all.” team players”. In the gold medal competition, Lowry scored 5 rebounds, 5 assists, and 5 points, becoming the team’s leader and all-around general.

Player profile

Lowry’s dogged style of play has often drawn comparisons to a Bulldog or Bulldog, and many credit him with toughness, leadership, and an instinct to win games on the court. “He was too tough,” recalls Lowry’s Villanova teammate Curtis Sumpter. “He wasn’t the flashy guy. He wasn’t going to come down and try to throw 150 crosses and do all these fantastic moves. That’s not his game. He’s just so solid, able to read the defense and pass the ball at the right time to get the player in the right spot to score.” Grantland’s Zach Lowe wrote in 2014, that Lowry was “Probably the best point guard in the Eastern Conference (2013-14) from start to finish, making 3s, getting the Raptors into the offense, easing the wild bets on defense and using that stubby small body to attract more accusations than anyone.”

Lowry is considered a strong rebounder at his position as well as an elite defender. In 2013-14, he held the Toronto Raptors’ triple-double record, as well as the record for most 3-pointers made in a single season.

Awards and achievements


  • 2006: 2nd team All-Big East
  • 2005: Big East All-Freshman Team
  • February 27, 2020: No. 1 retired by Villanova Wildcats


  • 2019: NBA champion 
  • All-NBA Third Team: 2016
  • 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020: NBA All-Star
  • December 2014; Jan. 2016: NBA Eastern Conference Player of the Month
  • January 27 – Feb. 2, 2014; December 1–7, 2014; February 22–28, 2016; March 14–20, 2016; December 16–22, 2019: NBA Eastern Conference Player of the Week:
  • NBA Western Conference Player of the Week: Mar. 14–20, 2011

Toronto Raptors

  • All-time leader in Assists
  • All-time leader in triple-doubles: Sixteen – Lowry has 16 of the national team
  • Olympic gold medalist: Summer Olympics 2016

Other achievements & honors

  •  Dec. 25, 2014: George Gross/Toronto Sun Sportsman of the Year award
  • May 9, 2021: Honourary Doctor of Humanities degree from Acadia University
  • Toronto Mayor John Tory proclaimed Apr. 3, 2022, as “Kyle Lowry Day” in the city of Toronto.
  • A street in Toronto, “Lowry Road”, named in his honour on Jun. 13, 2022; which can find at a new development on the northeast corner of Don Mills Road and Eglinton Avenue East.