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Serge Ibaka agrees with DeMar DeRozan — Kyle Lowry is the greatest Toronto Raptor of all-time

Earlier this week, San Antonio Spurs guard DeMar DeRozan called Kyle Lowry the greatest Toronto Raptor of all-time when speaking with Nate Robinson on Instagram Live.

Serge Ibaka agrees with his former teammate.

"I agree. I agree with him," Ibaka said when asked by Taylor Rooks of Bleacher Report about what DeRozan said.

"Everything he done here in Toronto for the team and now he won the NBA championship. He definitely is."

For what it's worth, our Carlan Gay doesn't think it's even a debate either. When he ranked who he believes are the greatest Raptors of all-time ahead of this season, he wrote the following about Lowry, who he had as a clear No. 1.

"There really isn't any dispute. What Lowry has done with his time with the Raptors is simply unmatched. He's been the heart and soul of the franchise for the better part of the past eight seasons. He's represented the franchise at five All-Star games, he's played over 500 games in a Raptor uniform and he has embodied what it's meant to be a leader."

Lowry has been with the Raptors since the 2012-13 season. He has averages of 17.6 points, 7.1 assists, 4.9 rebounds and 1.5 steals per game in a Raptors uniform with six All-Star appearances, one All-NBA Third Team selection and, of course, one championship to his name.

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