At 35 years old, this is likely Lowry's last chance at securing a multi-year contract. The Raptors may have had an awful 2020-21 campaign, but Lowry was his usual steady self, producing 17.2 points, 7.3 assists and 5.4 rebounds per game.
Lowry addressed his future today in a season-ending wrap-up session with reporters. The 16-year veteran played it coy, saying he is truly unsure about what his next step will be.
One thing Lowry did make clear is that family and financial security will play major roles in his decision.
If Lowry hits the open market, he'll draw significant interest, particularly from teams that feel like they are on the cusp of a championship and want to add a high-level veteran point guard to the mix.