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Toronto, Dec 23 (Canadian-Media): Toronto Raptors point guard Kyle Lowry, the five-time NBA all-star, has been named the NBA's Eastern Conference player of the week, for the sixth time, after scoring 20 in the 4th quarter and a game-high 32 to lead Toronto all the way back after being down to Dallas by as many as 30 points, media reports said.
Last Wednesday in Detroit Lowry was able to get his franchise-best 13th career triple-double win.
Lowry is the second Raptor this year to be named an East player of the week. Pascal Siakam was second Raptors who won the title of East player of the week in the second week of November.
Oklahoma City Thunder guard Dennis Schroder was named West player of the week.