The Philadelphia 76ers, Miami Heat and Los Angeles Clippers have interest in trading Kyle Lowry, sources tell Keith Pompey of the Philadelphia Inquirer.
A source says Lowry's preference is to play for the 76ers and that they might be able to get a deal done with the Toronto Raptors.
Lowry is on an expiring contract after nine seasons with the Raptors.
According to a source, the Raptors would like to reward Lowry for his years of service with the team by giving him an opportunity to compete for another title.
Lowry is a native of Philadelphia and would give the 76ers a perimeter playmaker.
The Clippers, meanwhile, would allow Lowry to reunite with Kawhi Leonard and Serge Ibaka. Lowry is also close friends with Ty Lue and Chauncey Billups.
In free agency, Lowry will seek a contract of $60 million over two years.