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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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Khris Middleton Plans to Re-Sign with Bucks

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The Milwaukee Bucks will likely be keeping one of their core players on the roster for the future.

According to 247Sports’ Mike Fisher, Bucks forward Khris Middleton plans to re-sign with the team.

Middleton scored 18.3 points per game for Milwaukee last season.

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Bulls, Suns Interested in Fourth-Overall Pick

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The Chicago Bulls and the Phoenix Suns are interested int he 4th overall pick which is now the property of the New Orleans Pelicans following the Anthony Davis trade.

According to Fletcher Mackel of WDSU, both the Suns and the Bulls are interested in the 4th pick so they can select Vanderbilt point guard Darius Garland.

Both teams are in need of a point guard, but the Suns have an interesting situation as they may be able to land Brooklyn Nets point guard D’Angelo Russell should Kyrie Irving land in Brooklyn during free agency.

The Suns currently own the 6th overall pick, while the Bulls have the 7th.

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Pelicans’ Julius Randle To Decline Player Option

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New Orleans Pelicans’ forward Julius Randle will decline his player option for the 2019-2020 season and hit the free agent market, according to The Athletic’s Shams Charania.

Randle would have collected more than $9 million next season if he opted to pick up the option.

Instead, Randle will hit the market where is expected to draw interest from teams such as the New York Knicks and the Phoenix Suns, among others.

Randle is coming off a career year in which he posted 21.4 points per game for New Orleans.

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