The Toronto Raptors retains a key free agent on Sunday, re-signing All-Star guard Kyle Lowry to a three-year, $100 million contract.
It's a major payday for a 31-year-old guard, but it's something the Raptors needed to do in order to remain relevant in the Eastern Conference race.
This past season saw Lowry average a career-best 22.4 points to go with 4.8 rebounds and 7.0 assists per game. He also shot at a career-best 41 percent from three-point range.
With DeMar DeRozan remaining in the same backcourt, we can expect Lowry to put up the same level of production we saw during a career-best 2016-17 season. Statistically, he's one of the top-five fantasy point guards in the Association in redraft contests.