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76ers plan to pursue Kyle Lowry through sign-and-trade this offseason, per report

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Lowry reportedly wanted a two-year, $50 million extension from teams interested in pursuing him at the deadline. The lowest salary he could take next season to get to that figure would be roughly $24.4 million. The contract we discussed above would be structured simply to pay Lowry $50 million over two years with a non-guaranteed third season just to make the deal legal. Lowry is the godfather to one of Jimmy Butler’s daughters, and the Heat won’t need any complicated sign-and-trade machinations to bring Lowry in.

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