Raptors beaten up and bruised, but vow to fight on against Nets

Raptors point guard Kyle Lowry reacts after getting called for his sixth foul in Game 3 against the...

Raptors point guard Kyle Lowry reacts after getting called for his sixth foul in Game 3 against the Brooklyn Nets on April 25. (Getty/AFP)

Steve Simmons, QMI Agency

, Last Updated: 3:20 AM ET

BROOKLYN - The anatomical assessment of Kyle Lowry’s well-being read something like this late Friday night.

Bottom lip swollen and bloody. Right knee bruised and throbbing.

Right elbow sore and in need of an ice bath. No mention of the nose that got elbowed or the hip that’s been bothering him.

“He banged knees,” said Raptors coach Dwane Casey, doing his best doctor impression. “Sore knee. Big knock on his knee. Knock on his elbow. Busted nose, I mean busted lip. So he’s been in a 15-round bout but he’s going to be OK.

“I need ice,” said Lowry long after the game.

“How much,” he was asked.

“Lots.”


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