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San Antonio Spurs: Guide to avoiding DeMar DeRozan fake news

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Weeding out real news from clickbait

If you're like me and not really into all the pure speculation talk, you probably already know where to go for your Spurs coverage and news. Of course, Air Alamo is always a smart choice and the fact that you're reading this means you're a genius.

But beyond our coverage, the quickest way to get breaking news about the Spurs is likely the two best in the sports-reporting business, Shams Charania and Adrian Wojnarowski. Following them with notifications enabled via Twitter is a must if you're a diehard NBA fan, although the Spurs are probably the only team in the league capable of still keeping secrets from them.

CNBC's Jabari Young, who previously covered the Spurs in his career, is also still very tapped into the team's happenings and is a reliable source for anything about the team.

The local San Antonio paper, the San Antonio Express-News, is another reliable source for quick news, led by Jeff McDonald and Mike Finger.

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Over the next few months, you're bound to see more and more headlines like "DeMar DeRozan showing interest in L.A.?" popping up in your feed. While that might still get you to click, just beware of what you're likely getting into when you dive in.