ESPN The Toronto Raptors announced that All-Star point guard Kyle Lowry will undergo right wrist surgery, but they hope to have him back for the playoffs. The team said the surgery to remove loose bodies from Lowry’s wrist will take place Tuesday. Lowry, who has missed the team’s previous two games, is expected to be out four to six weeks, a source told ESPN’s Brian Windhorst.
The Toronto Raptors will be without All Star point guard Kyle Lowry for at least 4-6 weeks, but likely until the playoffs, after he underwent surgery on his right wrist. While it would be nice to have Lowry down the stretch, the Toronto Raptors will be fine without him, they have a capable backup point guard in Corey Joseph, and still have the second most talented roster in the Eastern Conference. The Toronto Raptors season is all about beating the Cleveland Cavaliers in the playoffs, so as long as they have Kyle Lowry 100% healthy for that series, they should have nothing to worry about.