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Spurs’ DeMar DeRozan Upset Over Sportsnet’s Raptors Video

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San Antonio Spurs star DeMar DeRozan isn’t too happy about a video from Sportsnet that took shots at players from the past such as Vince Carter, Chris Bosh, and Tracy McGrady, although it gave a nod to DeRozan.

Still, DeRozan isn’t happy with the video, which he saw as disrespectful.

“I felt some type of way (about the video), for sure,” DeRozan said of the video, according to The Athletic. “It wasn’t even for me, but for the previous guys. For Vince, T-Mac, to Chris, you can’t undermine anything that they did. Without them, there wouldn’t have been that team we had last year, two years ago, five years ago. There wouldn’t be the team that’s there now if it wasn’t for my time there, so don’t undermine the people that came before us. I just didn’t like that.”

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Pelicans’ Zion Williamson Expected Back Mid-December

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New Orleans Pelicans’ Zion Williamson has yet to make his official debut, but all indications seem to point the rookie to be ready to take the court in mid-December.

According to TNT NBA analyst Reggie Miller, Williamson is reportedly on schedule with his rehab and is “definitely” going to be back next month, which is encouraging news for the Pelicans.

Williamson underwent back surgery back in October.

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Hornets Interested in Andre Drummond

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The Charlotte Hornets are interested in one particular big man during 2020 free agency, should he be available.

According to Havy.com’s Sean Deveney, the Hornets are expected to pursue Detroit Pistons’ center Andre Drummond if he reaches the free agent market after the season.

Armed with significant cap space, the Hornets are poised to be serious competition for the Pistons when it comes to Drummond and a long-term deal.

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Magic’s Nikola Vucevic Out with Ankle Injury

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The Orlando Magic will be without star center Nikola Vucevic for the next four weeks due to a right ankle injury, according to The Athletic’s Shams Charania.

Vucevic was injured during the second quarter of Wednesday’s game against the Toronto Raptos when he turned his ankle during a fall.

The loss of Vucevic will be tough for the Magic, who are expected to turn to Khem Birch and Mo Bamba during his absence.

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