Lowry won't play vs. Thunder with sore ankle
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Toronto Raptors point guard Kyle Lowry has been ruled out for Wednesday's game against the Oklahoma City Thunder with a sore ankle, head coach Nick Nurse said, according to Sportsnet's Eric Smith.

Nurse added that Lowry traveled with the team to Oklahoma City after tests on his ankle came back clean, but said the 32-year-old ball-handler is still experiencing lingering soreness.

Lowry's status for Friday's home game against the Thunder is still to be determined.

The point guard was injured in Monday's matchup against the New York Knicks when Knicks center Mitchell Robinson fell on his ankle in the third quarter. Lowry later chided Robinson for the play, though the rookie denied the collision was dirty and apologized.

Lowry won't play vs. Thunder with sore ankle
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