Aaron Falk: Alec Burks is out of his boot. vine.co/v/i5…

Aaron Falk: Alec Burks is out of his boot. vine.co/v/i5iEbAPYBKm

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Alec Burks underwent successful surgery on his fractured left fibula. Burks will remain in Salt Lake City to begin his rehabilitation, and will then accompany the team on road trips once he is cleared to travel. He will be out indefinitely, and further updates will be provided when appropriate.
Utah Jazz guard Alec Burks has elected to undergo surgery on his fractured left fibula, league sources told Yahoo Sports. The procedure, which will include the insertion of a plate and screws on Tuesday in Salt Lake City, will allow Burks to begin weight-bearing activities quicker than simply letting the bone heal on its own. The surgery could expedite his return to the court.
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Morgan Ragan: According to @sam_amick , the Kings definitely have interest in Pascal Siakam.

On Thursday, the Capitals held a news conference announcing the deal. And shortly after that, Leonsis was pulled into talks regarding the NBA’s Washington Wizards, a team that he also owns. “We had a superstar player with the Wizards, he had an opportunity and wanted to be traded to the Lakers,” Leonsis said. “And I was dealing with that as we were announcing Alex. I couldn’t help but self-reflect on what a difference it is. Here’s a great player in Russell Westbrook, played in OKC, wanted to be traded, went to Houston, wanted to be traded, came to D.C., wanted to be traded and is now in L.A. He’s an unbelievably great person and an unbelievably great player. But that’s the difference between the NBA and the NHL, I suppose.”
Dwight Howard: Philly. Philly. Philly. If a picture could describe my experience in Philly this the one. Pure love and joy. Iโ€™m sad our time together was short. But I must say I enjoyed every single moment. I am gonna definitely miss Philly and the city and all the fans. Yโ€™all showed me so much love. And it did not go unnoticed. I love you. Thank you to the city of BROTHERLY LOVE. PHILADELPHIA. ๐Ÿ†๐Ÿ†๐Ÿ†. Imma miss my frosty chants with the crowd.๐Ÿ˜ญ๐Ÿ˜ญ. To my brothers. This year we came up short. But we had an amazing season. Thank you to the entire 76er staff. We will always be family. And Ben. Bend ya kneeeesss ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚.
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