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Cauley-Stein Feels Like It’s His Rookie Year Again

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With the game out of control early, (Dave) Joerger turned to unconventional lineups in an attempt to mix things up. Willie Cauley-Stein got an extended look in the second half and may have played himself into more time moving forward.

“You’ve just got to remember this is my second year and a new coach, so it’s like being in a rookie year all over again,” Cauley-Stein said. “You’ve got to prove yourself to them that you can make plays, that you can knock down shots.”

Source: James Ham of CSN Bay Area

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DeMar DeRozan Fined $15K For Criticizing Officials

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Toronto Raptors guard DeMar DeRozan has been fined $15,000 by the NBA for publicly criticizing the league’s officiating.

The punishment was announced Tuesday by Kiki VanDeWeghe, the league’s executive vice president for basketball operations.

Source: The Associated Press on ESPN

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Celtics Legend Jo Jo White Passes Away at Age 71

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Celtics legend Jo Jo White, a two-time NBA champion and Finals MVP, passed away Tuesday at the age of 71.

“My dad died from complications (pneumonia) from dementia that was brought on by the removal of a benign brain tumor in May 2010,” his daughter, Meka White, told The Undefeated.

Source: Chris Forsberg of ESPN

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Sources: Magic to Aggressively Shop Evan Fournier, Elfrid Payton, Mario Hezonja

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It might go down as one of the great unsolved mysteries of our time: How did this Magic team start 8-4? Orlando has since gone a ghastly 4-27, which will most likely lead to a fire sale at next month’s trade deadline. Rival executives expect Jeff Weltman, Orlando’s new team president, to aggressively hunt for new homes for the likes of Evan Fournier, Elfrid Payton and Mario Hezonja, given that Nikola Vucevic’s broken finger is likely to preclude dealing the center.

Source: Marc Stein of the New York Times

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