Even at age 34, Kyle Lowry is still one of the most impactful players in the league. Even when he's struggling for the most part of a game, Lowry will always find a way to make the winning plays when it matters most. You can't put a price on a player with that kind of winning mentality.
After bringing home the NBA championship to the city of Toronto for the first time in 2019, the Raptors are no longer a so-called "pretender" among the elite teams in the league. The golden hands of Masai Ujiri, their president of basketball operations, have been the driving force of their sustainable success since 2013.
The Raptors had been pursuing Leonard since he led them to the title. So where does Kawhi's decision to sign with the Clippers leave the Raptors now?
Toronto Raptors have had their fair share of playoffs struggles, but they are the dark horse in the Eastern Conference this NBA postseason.