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Raptors' DeMar DeRozan letting the game come to him
by Chris Cwik |

Raptors guard DeMar DeRozan is letting the game come to him lately, according to the Toronto Sun.

Since his return from a groin injury, DeRozan has been easing into each game. That's allowed him to see how teams are treating him, and adapt accordingly. This has led to some games where DeRozan racks up assists and rebounds instead of points. In the eyes of his teammates, that's not a bad thing. "That’s what a great player does," said Kyle Lowry. "That’s what an all-star caliber player does. He finds way to help his team win a game."

DeRozan said that he's trying to contribute in multiple areas just in case he doesn't have his shot on a particular night. "Just trying to still impact the game as much as I can, because there are going to be nights like that," DeRozan said. "My role is to just be able to do everything."

DeRozan is averaging 18.3 points and 4.3 rebounds per game. 

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Seahawks' Jeremy Lane grabs interception, injures left arm
by Brandon Wise |

Seahawks defensive back Jeremy Lane intercepted quarterback Tom Brady on the goal line, but suffered a left arm injury trying to get out of bounds. It was Lane's first career interception, but he paid the price, as the third-year player was taken to the locker room for further evaluation.

Lane is doubtful to return to the game.

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Rangers' Jurickson Profar hoping to play every spring game
by Chris Cwik |

Rangers infielder Jurickson Profar is hoping to play every spring training game, according to

Profar missed all of last season due to a shoulder injury, but is working his way back during the offseason. He'll likely be behind the other position players, and may have to serve as the team's designated hitter early on during spring. The 21-year-old Profar came into last season listed as one of the top prospects in the game. 

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Isles' Trying To Sign Boychuk
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The Islanders and Boychuk have begun negotiations on a new contract, according to the Islanders Point Blank.These negotiations aren't expected to end anytime soon but where once it looked unlikely that Boychuk would end up re-signing with the Islanders, now it may be unlikely that he leaves. The Isles have also received inquiries if they would be interested in trading Boychuk should these negotiations break down, but that seems highly improbable at this time.
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Lakers' Nick Young does not play due to lack of practice
by Chris Cwik |

Lakers guard Nick Young did not play on Sunday due to not taking part in practices recently, the team announced.

The move wasn't a huge surprise, as coach Byron Scott told reporters that was the plan coming into the contest. Still, Young was disappointed at the result. "Very disappointed I didn’t get out there. But that’s the year has been," Young told the Daily News. Young has been battling an ankle injury, but said he believes his ankle is fine now. Young has missed three straight games due to the issue. 

Young is averaging 14.1 points and 2.3 rebounds per game. 

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