NBA star player Kyle Lowry surpassed legend Kobe Bryant with an all-time high on the night of Thursday, October 21.
It was a great day for new Miami Heat point guard Kyle Lowry, who ended up beating the great Kobe Bryant on all-time 3s in his Heat debut.
The former NBA champion finally put his name on the board in the third quarter with his first triple for the Heat, which put him beyond the Los Angeles Lakers icon to rank 18 on the 3PTM list of all teams. NBA times (via Ira Winderman of Florida Sun Sentinel).
With his first triple, Lowry surpassed Kobe Bryant and ranked 18th on the NBA’s all-time list.
It was a slow start for the 35-year-old veteran, as his long-awaited debut with the Heat got off to a rocky start with him limping off the court early in the second quarter.
Fortunately, Lowry’s ankle injury wasn’t so bad that he was able to step back onto the court to lead the Heat and keep the defending champs at bay.
With his first 3-pointer, Lowry moved past Kobe Bryant and into 18th place on the NBA’s all-time list.
– Ira Winderman (@IraHeatBeat) October 22, 2021