The Toronto Raptors are discussing trades involving Kyle Lowry and Norman Powell on multiple fronts, sources told Adrian Wojnarowki of ESPN.
The Philadelphia 76ers and the Miami Heat are expressing interest in Lowry but both teams have shown restraint in their efforts to complete a deal, Wojnarowski adds. Lowry is an impending unrestricted free agent.
Philadelphia is also reportedly interested in Powell, who’s averaging 23.6 points per game since the start of February. The sixth-year pro has a player option for next season.
Toronto is in the midst of a nine-game losing streak. The team has dropped to 11th in the Eastern Conference.