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Kings GM Vlade Divac on Zach Lavine: 'I see him as one of the future elite shooting guards'

LAS VEGAS - One day after his team signed Zach LaVine to a four-year, $78 million offer sheet - an offer the Bulls will match before the 48-hour window expires Sunday night - Kings general manager Vlade Divac gushed about the shooting

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