WATCH: Kyle Lowry Stuck Around After the Raptors' Game 1 Loss to Work on His Shot

Kyle Lowry seems to have lost his shooting touch, but the All-Star point guard is putting in extra time to get it back.

The Toronto Raptors lost Game 1 of the Eastern Conference semifinals to the Miami Heat in an overtime thriller. Raptors point guard Kyle Lowry threw up a prayer at the buzzer, nailing the half-court shot to force overtime, but other than that, he had a poor game.

Lowry has been shooting a career playoff low 30 percent from the field and 16 percent from the 3-point line—a far cry from his regular-season average of 42 percent from the field and 38 percent from long range.

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Kyle Lowry

The Toronto Raptors lost Game 1 of the Eastern Conference semifinals to the Miami Heat in an overtime thriller. Raptors point guard Kyle Lowry threw up a prayer at the buzzer, nailing the half-court shot to force overtime, but other than that, he had a poor game.

Lowry has been shooting a career playoff low 30 percent from the field and 16 percent from the 3-point line—a far cry from his regular-season average of 42 percent from the field and 38 percent from long range.

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Addressing this issue, Lowry was in the gym, by himself, shooting late into the night after the loss. "I'm trying to get my touch back. I don't know where it's at," Lowry told ESPN. Hopefully for the Raptors' sake, Lowry can fix his broken jumper.

Check out the two-time All-Star trying to regain his shot in the video below.

 


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