Kyle Lowry bows at failure to win [NBA]
Kyle Lowry bowed her head.
The Miami Heat lost 96-100 in Game 7 of the Eastern Conference Final against the Boston Celtics in the 2022 NBA playoffs at the FTX Arena in Miami on the 30th.
This will end Miami’s season.
Miami’s ace Jimmy Butler bombed 35 points with full-time, but couldn’t stop Boston’s cohesion.
There was someone who was as sad as Butler at Miami’s elimination. It was Kylauri, the starting point guard.
Lowry decided to move to Miami with a dream of winning last off-season. Shortly after the transfer, Lowry expressed his strong will to win, saying, “The end of Miami’s decision to join is either a win or a failure.”
Lowry played a role as Miami’s field commander with an average of 13.4 points, 4.5 rebounds, 7.5 assists, and three-point shots of 37.7% this season. As a result, Miami won the first seed in the Eastern Conference and dominated the championship.
However, Lowry did not meet expectations in the playoffs every day after day. The hamstring injury caught me by the ankle. In the playoffs, he scored only 7.8 points, 3.6 rebounds, 4.7 assists, and three-point shots with an average success rate of 24.1 percent.
Lauri’s failure to win this season can be defined as a failure. He also did not hide his regret in the interview.
“We don’t know how many opportunities we’ll have in the future. Honestly, I think I wasted a year. I only play for the championship. So it was fun. I am grateful to my colleagues and I am grateful for the opportunity. But it was a wasted year. It’s because I didn’t win.”
Miami certainly deserves credit for its achievements this season. But Lowry doesn’t have much time left. Lowry was born in 1986 in the twilight of her career. 파워볼사이트
Lowry has promised to accompany Miami through the 2023–24 season. Attention is focusing on whether Lowry will be able to win another championship ring for the remaining two years after overcoming this season’s failure.