Veteran guard Kyle Lowry wants a shot at another NBA championship, and he is pinning those chances on the Miami Heat.

Lowry reached a three-year deal to join the Heat – and good friend Jimmy Butler – in free agency, a person familiar with the details told USA TODAY Sports. The person requested anonymity because he was not authorized to speak publicly until the deal is official.

The Lowry deal likely will be a sign-and-trade involving the Toronto Raptors and perhaps a third team. Lowry confirmed on Twihe is headed to the Heat.

Lowry spent the past nine season with the Raptors and won a title with the franchise in 2019. At 35 years old and headed into his 17th NBA season, Lowry still has a lot to offer.

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