An NBA writer has proposed a trade deal between the Utah Jazz and the Miami Heat. In this deal, the Jazz will acquire Kyle Lowry from the Heat.
The Heat will trade Lowry alongside a first-round pick, while the Jazz will trade Collin Sexton and Kelly Olynyk in this deal. Here is the potential trade deal!
The Kyle Lowry Trade Proposal
- The Miami Heat will receive Callin Sexton and Kelly Olynyk.
- The Utah Jazz will receive Kyle Lowry and the 2028 first-round draft pick.
Lee Tran is a well-known NBA news writer from the Fadeaway World. Recently, he proposed a trade deal between the Heat and the Jazz.
Tran wrote in his NBA column:
“This trade would obviously involve Kyle Lowry’s expiring contract as the salary piece, and it makes sense for the Utah Jazz to take him on.”
“He will help them get Collin Sexton’s contract off the books while avoiding taking on any long-term salary. On the Jazz, he could potentially play a role as a veteran mentor.”
“However, if he is unwilling to do so, the team could buy out his contract and allow him to go to a contending team. Another option would be to move Lowry’s contract again at the trade deadline, to a team that desperately requires salary relief.”
Kyle Lowry Stats, Career, and Next Destination!
Lowry signed a 3-year deal with the Heat in 2021 for a massive $85 million, and he is due $29.7 million next season, which is the final year of his contract.
The Miami Heat wanted to trade their star for Damian Lillard of the Portland Trail Blazers in a deal. However, both teams have yet to agree on a conclusion on this deal.
Kyle Lowry is a 6-time All-Star player who has averaged around 11.2 points, 4.1 rebounds, and 5.1 assists per game while playing for the Heat in the last season.
Furthermore, he shot around 40.4% of his shots from the field, 34.5% from beyond the arc, and 85.9% from the free throw line.
The Heat 6-time All-Star has a career average of 14.6 points and 6.3 assists while playing for the Toronto Raptors, Miami Heat, Memphis Grizzlies, and the Houston Rockets.