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TORONTO - When Kyle Lowry was first introduced to the city of Toronto back in the summer of 2012 he was forced to share the stage with a new teammate, Landry Fields, the two acquired by the Raptors three days apart. Felix Potvin Jersey . Lowry, Torontos fallback option after a failed attempt to woo Steve Nash, was brought in from Houston to battle incumbent point guard Jose Calderon for the starting gig. Then general manager Bryan Colangelo had high hopes for Lowry but at that moment, a consolidated news conference in the concourse of the Air Canada Centre, he was just another player. He was due to earn $5.8 million that season. For Lowry those days are long gone. Thursday morning represented the Raptors first opportunity to make sure he knew that. With the official announcement of Patrick Patterson and Greivis Vasquezs extensions on hold, likely until early next week, this day was all about Lowry. It was his moment, well deserved, not unlike his freshly signed contract and significant pay raise. "This is awesome," Lowry said, borrowing the phrase from GM Masai Ujiri, who had used it moments earlier. Ujiri and his star point guard sat side by side on stage in Real Sports Bar and Grill, located across from the ACC in the heart of downtown Toronto. This was not your run-of-the-mill press conference. It was an event. The Raptors had opened up the festivities to their fans, who played hooky from school and work on a Thursday morning to support a player they have adopted as their own. They screamed, they chanted, they took photos and Lowry - an introvert, who doesnt generally hand out smiles - couldnt wipe the smirk off his face. Retaining Lowry had been the Raptors top priority from the moment last seasons playoff run came to an abrupt end. They spared no expense in showing the 28-year-old how much he means to the embattled franchise and they wasted no time in getting him locked up. Lowry agreed to terms on a four-year, $48 million deal last Wednesday, officially putting pen to paper Thursday morning when the free agent moratorium period was lifted. Lowry was courted by a number of teams - including title contenders in the Houston Rockets and Miami Heat - when free agency unofficially opened on July 1. "They were real factors," Lowry admitted. Returning to Toronto, however likely, was not a lock. Along with his family and agent, Andy Miller, he considered his options, weighing pros and cons and doing his due diligence before coming to a quick decision. It didnt take long for him to realize where he wanted to spend the next three years, with a player option for the fourth. "I think the process was a difficult one but at the end of the day it was an easy one, it was the best one," Lowry said. "I didnt really think about it, honestly, until a week before free agency started. I knew it was going to be kind of stressful, but stressful in a good way. At the end of the day it was easy, it was easy to come back here."  "I didnt want to wait for everybody else," he continued, taking a subtle shot at a few of his fellow free agents, who appear to be in no rush despite holding up the process for the rest of the league. "Im not going to wait for this guy to make a decision, I wanted to make my own decision and I wanted to make it when I was ready and I was ready after day one. So thats how easy the process was." Houston and Miami offered him a chance to compete for a championship right out of the gate but Toronto countered with their recently constructed winning environment, high aspirations, and an opportunity for incremental growth on the way to their ultimate prize. Most importantly, Lowry - an alpha dog by nature - wanted to lead a team to the promise land. Make no bones about it, the Raptors are Lowrys team. "The driving factor was winning," he said. "Honestly, I knew the money was going to come. I knew the years [were] going to come, so that wasnt too much of a worry. I just wanted to be in a situation where I can win and personally grow, as a man and as a player, and help a team and help an organization get to the point where theyre holding that trophy up." With the spotlight comes the pay cheque. "I was [financially secure] before," he joked in response to a question about his new pay raise. "[But] this helps." His new contract will be more than twice the size of his previous one, a four-year, $23.5 million deal signed in 2010, having earned a total of $28.8 million over the first eight years of his career. Lowrys one-time reputation for being a malcontent, like his anonymity, is a thing of the past. Of course, hes not the only one that stands to benefit, shedding a less than flattering league-wide perception as a result of this remarriage with the Raptors. "Everyone says Toronto cant do this, or Toronto cant sign back their own free agents," Lowry acknowledged, with a tip of the cap to the franchises disappointing history. "I just proved that wrong. Im back." Before the Raptors can establish themselves as a preferred destination for the NBAs brightest stars, they know they must take care of their own. Even in a years time - as the team has turned its fortunes and its fan base has reminded the league why theyre one of the best - Ujiri continues to notice a significant change in how the city is perceived when speaking to players around the association. "100 percent," said the Raptors GM. "I think people saw what happened here." "Players want to win and players want to be treated well and we try to treat players well," Ujiri continued. "I think Kyle Lowry was at the forefront of that. Players in the NBA see that and they want to come play where its a great atmosphere, theyre treated well and theres a culture of winning. We expect more players to come here." According to Ujiri, Lowry was ready and willing to do his part in the recruitment process almost immediately after agreeing to terms last week. Still technically a free agent, Lowry texted the Raptors GM shortly after the two reached a verbal agreement to ask him if there was a player he could call and try to steer in Torontos direction. "I wish I had more money to sign another player," Ujiri joked. While all-star and leading scorer DeMar DeRozan remains an integral part of the teams future - and played a significant role in Lowrys decision to return - the unmistakable face of the resurgent Raptors was sitting centre stage. The team is his and, evident in Thursdays mornings turnout, so too is the city. He wont be sharing the stage, or the spotlight any time soon. Two years ago, almost to the day, Colangelo gave Lowry the keys. Now, Ujiri has given him the whole car. "You dont get many chances to say its your team," he said. 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Brandon Phillips, celebrating his 33rd birthday, hit a go-ahead homer in the ninth for the Reds before pinch-hitter Buster Posey tied it with an RBI double off hard-throwing closer Aroldis Chapman in the bottom half. http://www.shopmapleleafsonline.com/Maple-Leafs-Lanny-Mcdonald-Adidas-Jersey/ .J. Ward appeared in court Friday on misdemeanour charges that he threw a glass mug at a bartender at a Denver strip club.CALGARY -- A third-period spark required, Vancouver Canucks head coach John Tortorella shuffled his forwards and split twin forwards Henrik and Daniel Sedin onto different lines Sunday in Calgary. The move paid dividends as the Canucks scored three goals in the period and Mike Santorelli provided the overtime winner in a 5-4 victory over the Flames. It was the second win for Vancouver (2-1) in as many nights following a 6-2 win over the Edmonton Oilers in their home-opener Saturday. Santorelli deflected a pass from Kevin Bieksa to score at 3:17 in overtime. Trailing 3-1, the Canucks kicked off their third-period comeback with Daniel Sedin assisting on a Jannick Hansen goal at 5:01, followed by Henrik Sedin setting up Santorellis first goal of the game at 9:27. "I know the focus is on the twins, but we split up all the lines," Tortorella said. "We had six body checks and four scoring chances in two periods, so we were dead in the water. Its an easy decision to change things up." Dale Weise put the visitors up 4-3 at 16:06, but Calgarys David Jones tied the game again with 19 seconds remaining in regulation. Canucks backup goaltender Eddie Lack made 32 saves in the first NHL regular-season game of his career. Roberto Luongo had made 21 saves against the Oilers. "I was nervous on the bus ride over here, but as soon as I got into my normal warmup routine and got on the ice, the guys have been really supportive, then it felt like a normal game," said Lack, a 25-year-old Swede. "I know coming in here there was a lot of question marks about me because I havent played a lot. Its important for me to help the team get some points here in the beginning." Mikael Backlund, Sean Monahan and Calgary captain Mark Giordano also scored for the Flames (1-0-2). It was the second goal in three games for 18-year-old Monahan, who was selected sixth overall by Calgary in the 2013 NHL draft. MacDonald stopped 23 shots in his second straight start after picking up the win in Calgarys 4-2 decision over Columbus on Friday. Tortorella lauded Lacks play and that of 24-year-old defenceman Ryan Stanton, who was claimed off waivers a few days ago. Calgary outshot Vancouver 26-14 and out-hit them 14-6 in the first two periods. "I think the guys decided to play for Eddie," Tortorella said. "He gave them a chance to be there and still have an opportunity to win a hockey game where really, we should have been spanked. Ron Hainsey Jersey. 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Henrik Sedin pounced on a neutral zone turnover from Calgary and dished to Santorelli who beat MacDonald with a wrist shot to tie the game 3-3. Daniel Sedin corralled a Curtis Glencross giveaway behind the goal-line and fed it to Hansen in the slot to pull the Canucks within a goal. Monahan, from Brampton, Ont., gave Calgary a 3-1 lead at 1:47 of the third. On an odd-man rush, he gained an outside lane, feinted a pass and slipped the puck under Lack. Backlund scored on a breakaway off a T.J. Brodie stretch pass at 11:26 of the second period. He deked Lack and shovelled a backhand by the Vancouver goaltenders outstretched pad. Giordano scored his first goal of the season and team-leading fourth point on a long wrist shot which beat Lack top shelf at 14:32 of the first. Booth earned his 200th career point deflecting a Jason Garrison shot from the blue-line low past MacDonalds stick at 4:47 of the first for a 1-0 Vancouver lead. Calgary hosts the Montreal Canadiens on Wednesday. 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