LOWRY BACK TO RAP­TORS FOR $100 MILLION

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Free-agent point guard Kyle Lowry an­nounced he is re-sign­ing with the Rap­tors.

The two sides agreed to a three-year, $100 million deal, sources told ESPN.

“At the end of the day, this was an easy de­ci­sion,” Lowry said in a post on The Play­ers’ Tri­bune. “And all of those roads ... They all led me back to the same place: home.

“They all led me back to Toronto.”

Lowry opted out of the fi­nal year of his con­tract with the Rap­tors in May. The three-time all-star had one year and $12 million re­main­ing on the fouryear, $48 million deal he signed in July 2014.

Ibaka stays with Toronto.

Free-agent for­ward Serge Ibaka agreed to a three­year, $65 million con­tract to stay with the Rap­tors, league sources told ESPN’s Adrian Wo­j­narowski.

Ibaka’s rep­re­sen­ta­tion, ASM Sports, con­firmed in a tweet that a deal had been agreed to Sun­day.

Nene has new deal.

Af­ter an orig­i­nal freeagent deal fell apart, Rock­ets cen­ter Nene agreed to a new, three-year, $11 million con­tract with the team.

The orig­i­nal four-year con­tract agree­ment was nul­li­fied Satur­day based upon the league’s over-38 rule that lim­its long-term deals, so for­mer Nugget Nene and the Rock­ets reached agree­ment on the new, shorter deal.

Gib­son joins T-wolves.

MIN­NEAPO­LIS» Taj Gib­son is re­unit­ing with coach Tom Thi­bodeau, agree­ing on a two-year, $28 million deal to join the Tim­ber­wolves.

Foot­note.

The Cav­a­liers came to terms on a three­year, $22 million con­tract with free agent Kyle Korver, sources told ESPN.com.

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