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There are few things that are valued more in competition than the role that can be played by a veteran who was an All Star and who has g


There are few things that are valued more in competition than the role that can be played by a veteran who was an All Star and who has great experience in the elite, as is the case with . The point guard was recruited by in a movement that increased the ring options for those from Florida, but the performance of the 36-year-old point guard has been far from expected. The disappointment is capitalized and, no matter how well he gets along with Jimmy Butler, from the management they see how he could be a very important asset when facing a transfer, in a market with succulent delicacies such as and . However, the official position of the Heat has been marked by a Pat Riley who has made a curious decision, according to Hoopshype.

Demand more and reassure. The typical strategy of the stick and the carrot, as the Spanish proverb says. They trust the current block and do not want to break the chemistry of the team, which could fall apart if Lowry, a close friend of Butler, is released to sign a Kyrie Irving who has spent his entire career becoming a locker room destabilizer. It is evident that what both can offer sportingly is clearly favorable to Irving, but a lot of risk is also taken with a movement that the team’s heavyweights would not see with good eyes. Once known this, Riley would have met with Lowry to demand that he get in shape, something that the point guard has accepted willingly and will work hard this summer.

Durant would only want to go to Miami Heat if Lowry stays on the team

The other possibility of leaving Kyle Lowry It was part of the arrival of Kevin Durant, this being a movement that not even Butler’s friendship with him could have stopped. However, everything indicates that in the conversations that KD has had with the management of Miami Heat, has made it clear to them that he will only go to Florida in case the veteran point guard stays on the team because he wants to share the court with him. Taking this into account, it is unaffordable for Pat Riley and his men find an economic formula to bring in Durant without doing without Lowry or one of his stars, such as Adebayo or Butler. Thus, the permanence of the point guard seems assured, but with considerable pressure to improve his performance.