Originally Posted by Bargn88
I would think this game is extra special for him, and he's going to want to impress his former team.
But at the same time this is what worries me about Lowry...We saw his Mike James Mode activated late in the Detroit game, and a couple times in the Spurs game he was chucking deep 3's really early in the shot clock.
I think that will dissipate the more that he becomes familiar with his teammates and learns to trust and utilize effectively the offensive talents around him. JV is going to be a major factor offensively before all is said and done, he's just too long, too active and too talented to not be.