I will credit Kyle Lowry with Bam Adebayo’s success! – Max Kellerman | This Just In

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Max Kellerman and JJ Redick are on This Just In to discuss Kyle Lowry’s performance ahead of Game 5 of the Eastern Conference Finals.


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