If you were tuned into the NBA all-star game Sunday night, you were witness to one of the rarest moments in recent history: A Kyle Lowry slam dunk.
It’s true, the Toronto Raptors guard not only threw down for the first time this season — one of only a handful of players who can lay claim to that — but according to Lowry for the first time since 2009. (basketball-reference.com claims it was 2008).
Soak it in, Raptors fans — who knows how long it will be until the next one:
Dunk aside, Lowry, a first-time all-star, also had a hand in perhaps the best highlight of the game when he lobbed up a perfect pass to LeBron James for the reverse alley-oop.