It’s not personal, it’s just business.

Kyle Lowry and his agent are going to wait a few days before making a decision. Of course they are.

For those who don’t speak the language, allow me to translate: it’s a bidding war. Make us your best offer. $12 million? Top that. Add an extra million per season. Throw in a fifth year. Promise you’ll add more pieces. Make me the center of your marketing strategy.

Lowry isn’t a diva, but he know he can have anything he wants. He’s sitting pretty with all the cards in his hand. Excess demand meeting short supply is literally the basis of professional sport. Lowry is irreplaceable. He holds the high ground in negotiations.

The Rockets need him because he’s their best bet at improving the team. Not only does he perfectly fit the team’s need for a defensively sound point guard with three-point accuracy and leadership, their other options are longshots at best. LeBron’s opt-out is nothing more than a flirtatious come-on to the league. Too many teams are in the hunt for Carmelo. There’s no need for Luol Deng, especially if they intend on keeping Chandler Parsons. Marcin Gortat is already off the table. The Rockets only need a power forward who could stretch the floor, or a floor general. As far as free-agents go, that’s just Lowry. The core is clearly talented enough to challenge for a title. Adding Lowry would be the final piece.

Meanwhile, Lowry’s other main suitor, that being the Raptors, are all-in. Not only has the notoriously silent organization reiterated on multiple occasions that Lowry is their main target, he’s a cornerstone in their grand re-branding plans. The team kept Lowry last season because the team generated too much positive momentum. Their brilliant #WeTheNorth marketing campaign was rushed forward a season with the idea of the team’s success being permanent. The 2016 All-Star game is around the corner. The city is now expecting success from the Raptors for once. That karma is hard to earn, especially from a city populated by notoriously fickle fans.

There’s the on-court factors as well. Take Lowry off the team, and what is left? Is the team appreciably better than, say, the Cleveland Cavaliers? The team built its new-found identities around Lowry’s strengths and skills. DeRozan operates off a pick-and-roll, gets doubled, makes the point-to-wing pass to Lowry, who then could shoot from the wing — of which he is excellent at — or drive to the hoop and hit the open man. Dwane Casey’s playbook is not complicated by any means, but it does center around Lowry. Take him away, and it’s back to the drawing board with no telling what the results will bear.

Finally, look at the recent Salmons-for-Williams deal in the big picture. While it’s great that Ujiri turned cap room into a useful rental and essentially a first-round pick, it also sacrificed what little cap room the Raptors could have opened. The same applies to the team choosing not to waive Tyler Hansbrough. As it currently stands, if Lowry leaves while Vasquez and Patterson re-sign for a little more than their qualifying offers, the team will have no cap room. There’s no Lowry replacement to be had using the Mid-Level Exception. Not at point guard, nor any other position.

Lowry has the Raptors, and to a lesser extent, the Rockets by the balls.

If a dumb blogger like me understands this, surely Lowry’s representation does as well. The carefully scripted quibble about wanting to win a championship is smart. That’s all posturing. It creates more position for Lowry because the Raptors understand their position relative to contenders like the Rockets and Heat. It shifts more power to Lowry, and moreover, the comment itself is impervious to backlash. Who can critique a player for wanting to win?

At the end of the day, Lowry is more likely to land in Toronto than anywhere else. Not only can the Raptors offer the most money, it’s also a situation he likes. He’s too blunt of a person to speak anything but his mind. Without prompt, he’s shown love to the city on multiple occasion, never falling short of praise each time. “I love this place. I love the situation. It’s simple as that.” Those were Lowry’s words back in May.

But that doesn’t mean he’s going to pass up a chance to get his, and nor should he. Only a scant percentage of players reach even B-level free-agent status, and it would be foolish not to capitalize. Lowry has been fairly underpaid his whole career, earning just $29 million to date. This next contract could easily double that if he and his agent play it correctly.

And this current situation — where the Rockets and Raptors are bidding against each other with the threat of the Heat and Lakers looming in the background — is perfect. It’s just enough bidders to which Lowry could not only pick his destination, but also dictate the terms. There’s enough fear in both Daryl Morey and Masai Ujiri’s hearts.

So in the meantime, Lowry and his agent will continue to sit while the bidding plays itself out. There’s no rush. Unless Parsons signs a an offer sheet or the Rockets favor their chances of landing Carmelo, the equation will remain the same. All Lowry needs to do is wait. The best offer will come in due time.

  • Jensan

    A 5 year deal at 58 million starting at 10 million and by increasing at 7.5 % per annum. Is this a good deal for the Raptors, except for the last year, similar to how we felt about Calderon. There should be a weight clause in the contract, if he gains over 15 pounds he has to wear Oliver Miller Uniform, with Oliver’s name on the back.

    • c_bcm

      I might consider front-loading actually. At some point we will have to re-up Ross and Val, DD will need another contract at some point. All the while, Lowry will be into his 30’s and slowing down.

      • DanH

        Tough to front load – this year they will be very tight against the tax trying to re-sign all their free agents, and frontloading will make that even worse. With the cap going up every year, backloading is not a huge problem.

        • c_bcm

          Good point.

          • Regina Raps Fan

            Maybe I’m wrong, but does it matter whether u front/back load a contract when we talking cap space? For example Lin/Asik are owed 15mil each this year, but I thought only 6 or 7 mills per player going against the cap for Houston.

        • JP

          I’d consider front-loading it as much as possible to allow for future flexibility as the team grows. I don’t see the team using it’s MLE this year unless they can find someone for it that is an upgrade to Ross and personally I’d like to see him get 1 more year to show that he can make the leap. If his progress stalls, the Raps likely wouldn’t have too much trouble finding a rental mid season.

          That said the Raps have a ton coming off the books after this year(Camby, Hayes, Fields and Amir should they choose not to sign him) so they have quite a bit of future flexibility. They could also turn one of those expirings into a useful player if they chose to take on some future salary.)

          • DanH

            If they can fit it, frontloading is the best. But I question whether they can fit it.

            • JP

              Right but there are different degrees in which to front load a contract. If you can do it at all, I’d say go for it.

              • DanH

                Of course. But they might need to backload as much as possible, depending on the money he wants. Especially if the tax numbers come in low (we’re working off projections right now).

          • Jordan

            Can someone tell me why we’re still giving Marcus Camby money? Makes no sense to me

            • JP

              So that they don’t have to pay Bargnani 12 million.

              • http://www.youilabs.com mattscottnelson

                LOL

              • Jordan

                yeah i just looked it up. didnt even realize he came back to the raptors last season. I thought the raptors were still paying him from 1998 lmao

        • noname

          or just an even spread to make sure you don’t run into either of those inconveniences. Masai always did talk about consistency…

  • caccia

    Lowry is a very smart person, probably smarter than anyone in the organization except Mr. Ujiri. He knows that if he squeezes the lemon too hard at Toronto, then he is going to lose at least one of his important teammates. It could be Amir Johnson ($7 million), it could be Patrick Patterson. It will not be Valanciunas, Ross, or DeRozan. Best for him would be a possible trade of Hayes ($5.96 million) Novak ($3.4 million), or Hansbrough ($3.3 million), none of whom start. But somehow, Mr. Ujiri is going to get the roster closer to the cap.

    One thing to look at down the road is the possibility of Lowry becoming part of the coaching team, especially if he lands a five-year contract.

    • JP

      Not really a problem until you hit the luxury tax which prior to any of those resigning the Raptors are still 34 million under. That said if Lowry is retained, chances are the Raptors let Vasquez walk if signed to an offer sheet so I don’t think the cap is an issue or else they wouldn’t of picked up Hansbrough’s option

      • DanH

        25M under. Not 34.

        • JP

          Forgot to factor in Caboclo and Lou Williams, my bad. Still plenty of room.

      • Mexiballer

        I think Vasquez can be had on the cheap.

    • DC

      “probably smarter than anyone in the organization except Mr. Ujiri.”

      That’s highly unlikely!

      • caccia

        In basketball terms, he is certainly smarter than the coach, at least equal to Mr. Nurse, and I do not see a single other player his equal. That has been his downfall in the past–he sees things that the coaches and other players do not, or has been unwilling to listen to someone like Kevin McHale because intelligence often brings arrogance with it. I would add that basketball requires that a player bring a lot of different types of intelligence into play.

        • caccia

          I should add that Patrick Patterson graduated from college in only three years, so he is another guy that should work well with Kyle.

  • thegloveinrapsuniform

    as a Raps fan, im worried. but i do understand the “business” side.

  • raptorstand

    He is so gone. He’s being welcomed into the bigtime , he aint stayin in some piddly backwater. The Toronto Raptors are a feeder organization , second class citizens that talk a good game but when the chips are all in get slammed on the river. We have to grow the talent here enjoy the talents little victories and then wish them well as the head to the big time. So long Kyle , it was real nice watching you get the big contract with somebody else. When Kyle comes back into town with the bigtime club do we boo him ?

    • Nathan

      You’re so depressingly Canadian.

      • raptorstand

        Yes , when you become a grown up you have to face reality, and yes it will depress you, but I will be damned if I understand how that has anything to do with being a Canadian. We are the Toronto Expos , say it loud say it proud E-X-P-O-S !!!!

        • noname

          the fact that you referred to the expos kinda proves Nathan’s point lol. And this is coming from a fellow canadian…

    • thegloveinrapsuniform

      im still hopeful he’ll re-sign.
      but if you guys play holdem poker, you know the longer the person waits to decide on his hand, the less the outcome is going to be good.

      if he goes to the heat of course ill boo him.

    • Mexiballer

      Nah. Hes not going anywhere. Will is right. Its all just posturing.

    • Mexiballer

      Ha ha…you guys. He’s a Raptor by the weekend.

      • noname

        he’s a raptor by tommorow.

        • Mexiballer

          That sounds right.

    • asifyouknow

      Dam are you serious? Piddly Backwater! Detroit is a backwater city, maybe Cleveland but Toronto is a great city.
      I know he is not coming back but you cant blame Toronto Raptors for that …They don’t want to give away the store ….Kyle cant win by himself folks.
      You had a superstar named Carter , how many championships that he win you?
      Do you guys want the Kyle show or do you want a team who can win championships.
      If Kyle wants all the money move on and find another way…

      • jjdynomite

        “Do you guys want the Kyle show or do you want a team who can win championships.”

        How about both? Or is that possibility to complex for you to understand, you American-educated dumbass?

        Kyle is now getting paid as the 8th highest PG in the league; the only PG contract who is unarguably better than Kyle is Steph Curry, who was a massive injury risk when he signed his below-market deal.

        /welcome back, Kyle.

    • NoPartyOwnsMe

      You look pretty stupid at the moment.

    • BCRaptor

      Great insight. Off the wagon raptorstand, Brooklyn is looking for some love, we don’t need you up hur. I really would hate to walk around with your glass is half full pity party outlook. You have no faith, no loyalty, I hope that black cloud that you walk under gets a little bigger. So long Debbie Downer! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IJ_R-G_i4Xk

    • jjdynomite

      Unless you wrote this in some sort of reverse jinx, now that Lowry’s back in the fold, I hope you are now regretting the time you wasted writing the above drivel.

      I, for one, regret the 30 seconds I wasted reading your retarded comment.

      Welcome back, Kyle.

  • Mexiballer

    Nice article Will. Makes perfect sense. Lowry stays.

  • noname

    BREAKING: Lowry is willing to take 11mil per!! one problem…he wants 5 years. http://bleacherreport.com/articles/2111401-kyle-lowry-rumors-latest-buzz-and-speculation-surrounding-free-agent-star

    • dunkmycat7

      No problem for me…Kyrie At 90 mil, Gortat @ 60…Raptors better wake up to the reality of what it is ACTUALLY going to cost to keep THEIR BEST PLAYER AND THE KEY TO THE FUTURE. If it’s just the 5th year – sign him up !!! Oh yeah-Hope they got another 11-12 per for Deng as well.
      And really everyone- WHY do we care what they spend as long as they win…not MY money. It’s the only way to contend, there are countless teams willing to spend themselves stupid…so we better decide if we want in the game – or we want to be the Expos.This team has more money than god…SPEND IT !!!

      • noname

        we want to avoid the luxury tax…that’s the problem.

    • asifyouknow

      Bleacher report? you might as well listen to my analysis.. I’m right 80% of the time…lol
      asifyouknow: LeBron is feeding Kyle Lobster and Filets tonight and filling his head with championship dreams………….lol …That I know from a source…lol

      • noname

        Well here’s my prediction, although I can’t say I’m right 80% of the time…after all you are the almighty ridiculous predictor lol. I honestly think lowry, vaz, and patterson are staying, but de colo might be gone, buycks and stone are gone, hansbrough is gone in a trade package with one or some of Fields, hayes, and novak and a couple second rounders for either a couple of cheap scrubs or just as a full on dump (like what Golden State did with Utah last year). Masai will also use the MLE on a backup 3 like maybe VC or someone of his caliber. This is probably the best case scenario but we’ve seen Masai redefine the term “best case scenario” so ya.

      • DC

        “I’m right 80% of the time…lol”

        In your dreams!

  • Homph Gomph

    Nicely put sir. You see Gortat signing pretty much immediately with the Wizards, Livingston sign fairly quickly with the Warriors, but neither of these guys (as important as they COULD be) hold the type of power/control that Lowry has in this situation. On one side there’s the “missing piece” argument and on the other it’s the “cornerstone of a franchise”. In the end I believe Lowry will stay in Toronto, but there is that creeping doubt that he won’t…so the tactic that him and his agent are using is absolutely working.

  • keith

    as long as Masai doesn’t pull a Colangelo and make a high offer to Parsons to try and ruin the Rockets (ala Fields while going for Nash).

    I don’t see why Lowry would want to go back to Houston. I really don’t see a team that has changed much from when he left, just a bit more talent. Sure Howard and Harden are upgrades from what was there, but it still isn’t a lock to win a championship. And I still doubt the whole McHale thing too. Houston might really want him but they did a whole lot worst to Lowry than the Raps did in looking to trade. Houston basically hated him and wanted to get rid of him. They could say it was a play to get Harden but when they made the trade, Harden and other stars weren’t realistic.

    I still like our chances. Masai is the best in the business at this stuff.

    • sleepz

      He’d be going to a team with 2, top 20 talents in the NBA. I venture to say that team has changed A LOT since he was there last.

      • keith

        yeah, 2 top 20 talents, but lets look at those talents. An Isoball SG that is hot and cold. When he is hot, he is really hot. When he is cold, he is downright frozen. I like Harden but he doesn’t strike me as someone who can win a lot. He is more like Carmelo IMO, can score like no other but won’t lead a team.

        and Howard is a mess. He has very little offensive game and he is starting to not be as good on the defensive side also. He was basically shut down in the 4th quarter in each playoff game. That doesn’t impress me when the best players need to be on the court during crunch time.

        When it matters, Harden “might” be there for Lowry and Howard “won’t” be there. I think he would prefer the overall talents in Toronto.

        and I did say they have those two, but after that the drop off is pretty steep. Not like he would be going to the Heat or Spurs. We are talking about a team that went out in the first round to the Warriors, a team that didn’t even have a center on their roster. How does Howard not dominate that series? because he sucks, that is why. I prefer Jonas. He might not be as good defensively, but he is already light years ahead of Howard offensively. plus Jonas can shoot a free throw!

  • Roarque

    I thought the issue was that Houston needs to acquire Kyle on a sign and trade but Masai refuses to accommodate that strategy – why would he unless Houston has a player or players whose combined annuals total the 12 million that Kyle wants for 2014/15?
    It seems like Masai has control over the Houston strategy. I suspect Kyle’s agent knows this and is hoping for another firm offer from Miami or LA that he can use to squeeze the Raptors for another concession.

    • DDayLewis

      They could offer 12 million per year if they trade Motiejunas, or even more if they trade Lin

      • Roarque

        Would Masai try to dislodge Parsons and Beverley from the Rockets in a joint sign and trade for Kyle. Their combined salaries are going to be about 6-8 million for 2014/15 and I don’t think Kyle would accept 8 million to end up in Houston but then again I’m not Kyle Lowry.

        • DDayLewis

          Why would the Rockets give up Parsons?

          • Roarque

            If the Rockets can only acquire Kyle by trading Jeremy Lin ( virtually impossible unless you’re Masai Ujiri) or by working a sign and trade with Toronto. If Kyle tells Toronto that he’s decided on Houston then Masai would be better off to get something for Kyle’s departure. That something has to be worth about the same salary as Kyle would sign for AND be attractive to Masai/Dwane for the Raptor NOW. Chandler Parsons sure fills that bill and Beverley is a good prospect at PG that Houston would no longer need.

            Which a long winded way of saying that they’d trade Parson because they need Lowry more than they need Parsons.

            • DDayLewis

              But they don’t need to trade Lin to sign Lowry. Like I said earlier, they can ramp up their offer to $12 million by ditching Motiejunas.

              And it’s not virtually impossible to deal Lin. If they attach a pick with him, teams desperate to hit the salary floor will happy take him on (Philly, for example). Morey moved Asik to the Pelicans, and netted a first-rounder in return, and Asik barely played last season.

              Sign-and-trading Parsons doesn’t net the Rockets any relief because he’s only on the books for less than a million as a cap-hold right now. That extra million is all the Rockets could offer in addition to Lowry, and no one is giving up on Parsons for that. The Raptors aren’t getting Parsons back if Lowry goes.

              • Roarque

                My understanding is that Chandler Parson is a restricted free agent. Somebody is going to offer him what he’s actually worth and Houston will have to match. I believe that value to be 4-6 million but then again, I’m a big fan of the guy.
                Can Houston buy a couple of all star pieces and still keep Parsons? I don’t think so.
                I think Lin is overpaid by 6 million and that’s being charitable. He’s way over his head in Houston and he knows they don’t want him anymore. He’s kind of their Landry Fields which is ironic because their cut from the same cloth. Two guys who have big brains but they each need to find a coach who can fit them into a complimentary offensive scheme.

                • DDayLewis

                  They can sign Lowry for 12 million and then sign Parsons (who will get over 10 million per year). This is, however, contingent on parsons not signing another offer sheet, because that would count as a cap hold. There’s a specific order that has to be followed for it the plan to work.

                • Roarque

                  Parsons is going from 900K to 10M? Nice work if you can get it.
                  Got to go fishing – salmon feeding at 5:30 pm so I have to catch one for dinner – see you.

                • DDayLewis

                  I don’t know what to tell you. A 25 year old wing who averaged 16.6 points, 5.5 rebounds and 4 assists per game. He’s got good size, has never been injured, can defend, no locker room issues and is a good three point shooter. That’s 10+ million.

                  http://www.basketball-reference.com/players/p/parsoch01.html

                  Or you could compare him to Gordon Hayward, who is reportedly getting close to the max this summer from Cleveland.

                • That other guy

                  Yup, 10+ for Parsons sounds about right. Especially now with all the reports like Meeks got 3/19 deal, Hayward was offered somewhere around 16 mil a year. That’s crazy money, so there’s no doubt Parsons will get a very tasty offer as well and I think he deserves it. Having said that, 12-13 mil a year for Lowry sounds very reasonable.

                • DDayLewis

                  Honestly, at this rate, I wouldnt be surprised if Parsons gets the max. The market is crazy about shooters right now.

                • mountio

                  Ya – Parsons is $10mm ish. Not sure where Rorque is coming from at $4-$6m (thats what serviceable role players off the bench are getting .. of which Parsons is much better)

                • KJ-B

                  $4-6 mil for Chandler Parsons who’s got a game and a growing brand off the floor? Ya right!

                  He’d be a perfect fit in LA–they should give up on Pau.. Parsons is the type of player who could play in any system–HOU is gonna eat a large poison pill!!!

                • DDayLewis

                  And they could shed DMo in a second. That’s not a problem at all.

  • BramptonCanadianProspects

    ed davis is an ufa now! how do you guys feel about moving backwards to move forward?

    • Roarque

      That offer would get my support – 4 million per and three years?

    • Xtremenator1

      I always thought he was god on the Raps, and never liked when they traded him away. If they could get him back at a reasonable cost and see if that potential is still there (that he showed before the trade), then I say go for it. You could tell he loved it in Toronto before he left also, so the more payers who like playing here the better.

  • Wes mantooth

    If he doesn’t sign with the raps it’s a disaster. It’s worst case. We’re middling big city version of the bucks. Just make the playoffs.
    If the sign and trade for pat Beverly goes down it’ll keep us in the middle.
    It makes not trading him mid season a massive mistake. Our playoff birth would be relegated to fan charity.
    With our current roster and with the addition of Lou Williams will have the raps competing for 8th.
    I was all for swinging for the fences but in retrospect if our ur rent guys don’t make huge imperovemnts an we lose Kyle it will not be good
    We need him!

  • asifyouknow

    Come on Kyle you got Durant coming next year …the real one…lol

    • keith

      you really have nothing better to do than troll this site do you? and only yahoos like you say Durant is coming next year.

      • Danny Tam

        Yeah, dude’s annoying.

        • asifyouknow

          Yes I agree.
          I also get angry when somebody does not agree with me. It ‘s really easier than to have an intelligent conversation.
          Of course many folks don’t have the ability to debate in an adult and fair way so they resort to insults .
          Fair enough ..No crime in that. :)

      • asifyouknow

        Keith move on brother move on ….just ignore me …you be alright,,,

  • asifyouknow

    Kyle needs 14 for 4..do you have it Toronto?

    • keith

      I thought he WANTS 12 for 5? the 5th year is the stickler!

    • Homph Gomph

      I have it.

  • Xtremenator1

    Well, they could always have Vasquez start and sign Jameer Nelson? To come off th bench. He’s pretty good defensively and he’s a leader.He should be affordable with the MLE as well. Still though, its Lowry or bust. If they can’t get him to come back then why would any other big name free agent want to play here. This is really pivotal moment in Toronto sports. The analysts always say that if Toronto had a winning team than players would want to come here just like they did with the Jays in the 90s (I have to go that far back). Lowry’s decision really comes down to if he thinks Toronto is real, or if he’s better off taking the safe bet with the Heat/ Rockets. What’s it gonna be Lowry.

  • ZQ

    If we had drafted Napier, as I believe we should have
    We’d have such a solid plan C, if Lowry and Vasquez are on the outs
    Now I’m getting a little freaked at what we do if both of them leave

  • asifyouknow

    Random Thoughts:
    Everyone is going crazy with all this Kyle talk, but facts are that Kyle without a supporting cast is just another -all-star potential- player on a losing team.
    No different than last years start of 4-13 or something like that. It is important to get Patterson and Vasquez and a bigger SF to play Ross’s spot so you can make Ross a back-up.. that would be a good team

    • DDayLewis

      So…you know the team finished with a record of 48-34 last year, right? That’s why they’re trying to bring back the same roster (plus upgrades)? Where are you getting “losing team” from?

      I don’t mind your constant quips about Lowry and Vasquez leaving, but don’t overdo it. It’s clearly wearing on the nerves of some here.

      • asifyouknow

        I have no idea what you’re talking about facts are that was a losing team came before the Vasquez and company got there…all im saying he alone is not doing anything jsut like last novenber ..why in hell would anybody get mad at that stament

        • DDayLewis

          Except the team has multiple pieces in place. DeMar, Amir, Ross, Valanciunas, Williams — they can all contribute in the interim. There’s pieces in place even without Vasquez and Patterson. Obviously they would be nice to have, but it’s not Lowry and nothing.

          Anyway, what happened to that 99.9 percent chance, huh?

        • Mexiballer

          I still dont think you realize that your perspective has almost no credibility on this forum. It is really challenging to have to listen to a poster continually share his thoughts and predictions with such weak logic and reasoning. Instead of voicing laughable opinions, what you could be doing instead, is listening and learning from some of the writers here on RR. They may not always be right, and others posters may not always agree with them, but they almost always present intelligent and sound reasoning for their perspective. Listen and learn instead of being so annoying.

  • PRD

    Before considering Houston, I hope Lowry remembers how they treated him and how they are treating Lin now.

  • Paul

    Lowry has resigned for 4 yrs 48M!!

    • Paul

      I hope the contract is front loaded.. Never seems to be the case..

  • Anonapotamus

    “Kyle Lowry has agreed to a 4 year, $48M contract to stay with Toronto, sources tell Yahoo.”

    ~ Woj

    • Anonapotamus

      “Lowry’s deal will including an ETO after the third year of the contract, source tells Yahoo Sports.”

      ~ Woj

  • Tamberlyn Richardson

    It’s a done deal as per WOJ (the real one) 4 years at $48 million YEAH!!!!!!!!!

  • tonious35

    As a Raptors fan looking at this from the outside, I feel the organization is not “held-hostage” at all by Kyle and I strongly feel that’s not Kyle’s intention to begin with. How long has it been when we felt that we have a front office that believes and feels like the ALPHA of a deal? Usually people like Grunwald and BC would of withered and folded, then give the prime FA an over-pay. TL and Masai always have a plan and take their time with everything like Baws-es

  • Mexiballer

    Now lets get Patterson signed. Not the sure thing that Lowry was.