Kyle Lowry's Toronto Raptors legacy continues to grow.
In the second quarter of Thursday's contest against the Atlanta Hawks, the star guard continued to leave his mark on Raptors history by passing Chris Bosh for the second-most points in franchise history.
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Lowry is already the franchise's all-time leader in assists, steals, 3-pointers and triple-doubles, and he now climbs up one more spot on the all-time scoring list. He still trails former teammate DeMar DeRozan, who has a comfortable lead on his best friend.
After the game, as reported by TSN's Josh Lewenberg, Lowry had this to say on the achievement, "To pass a guy that's a Hall of Fame finalist - shoutout to Chris Bosh and what he did for this franchise, just carried it for a while - to pass him is an honour. It's something I never shot for but it's amazing."
This is Lowry's ninth season in Toronto, where he has tallied six All-Star appearances, one All-NBA nod and one NBA championship - the first in franchise history. His case as the Greatest Raptor Of All-Time becomes even more undeniable with every re-written page in the franchise's history books.
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