The moment came early in the first quarter when Lowry nailed a three-pointer, officially giving him 10,001 points in his Raptors career.
— Sportsnet (@Sportsnet) January 28, 2021
He is now one of three players in franchise history to accomplish the feat, with the other two being DeMar DeRozan (13,296) and Chris Bosh (10,275), the team's first and second all-time scorers, respectively.
If Lowry continues the scoring pace he's presently on (18.2 points per game), he'll easily eclipse Bosh for that second spot prior to the end of the season.
Lowry was already the Raptors' all-time leader in three-pointers made, assists, steals, win shares, triple-doubles, and VORP, and is now just another milestone closer to eventually seeing himself cemented in the Basketball Hall of Fame.