4. All-time leading 3-point shooter in team history.
Lowry set a franchise record by hitting all six threes for 24 points in a 122-95 victory over the 76ers in November 2016. He has never been shy about taking threes, and his nine-year association with the Raptors proves that.
With 1,518 made in a Raptors uniform, he is the franchise’s all-time leader. On a team that has employed sharpshooters like Morris Peterson, Dell Curry, and even Vince Carter in the past, Lowry’s three-point shooting exploits have been remarkable.
Kyle Lowry is one of the best shooters in recent NBA history.
In one of his last appearances for the Raptors in a game on May 2 against the Lakers, Lowry would score 37 points in that win 121-114 with a career-high eight made three-pointers. What a fitting way to end his Raptors career; sniping an equally matched opponent to death from 3-point range.
There isn’t anyone close to him active or retired in team history. Unless Fred VanVleet starts scoring at a Lowry-like clip for the next half-decade, Kyle should feel pretty comfortable about this record lasting for quite a long time.