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The Spurs are reportedly trying to move center, Dejuan Blair, before the February 21st trade deadline. The 3-year veteran, who’s averaging 5.2 points and 3.9 rebounds in 13.7 minutes per game this season, has drawn interest from several teams around the league according to Chris Broussard.
According to Chris Broussard, ESPN:
Will San Antonio finally part with DeJuan Blair? Word is he could be gone before February 21st. San Antonio talked with Toronto weeks ago but nothing brewing now.
San Antonio offered Dejuan Blair to Detroit but nothing. Hear Boston, Miami, Portland could have interest.
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Ferry was previously with the Spurs."
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