TORONTO (AP) -- All-Star point guard Kyle Lowry says he's not going to play for Toronto on Sunday in Game 4 of the Raptors' Eastern Conference semifinal series against the Cleveland Cavaliers.
Kyle Lowry (left ankle sprain) is out for tonight's game. Lucas Nogueira will be active. #WeTheNorth— RaptorsMR (@RaptorsMR) May 7, 2017
Kyle Lowry on if he's going to play today: "Nope."— Dave McMenamin (@mcten) May 7, 2017
Lowry has a sprained left ankle. He attempted to warm up before Game 3 on Friday before the determination was made that he could not play.
Lowry said trying to play likely made the ankle worse.
The Raptors trail the series 3-0. No team in NBA history has successfully rallied from such a deficit.
"Hopefully some things change, but right now I don't think I'll be able to play," Lowry said.
Lowry was getting more treatment Saturday, adding that he's not "giving up hope" of being ready to attempt playing in Game 4.