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Pekovic surgery scheduled for May 15

Nikola Pekovic wants to play every game next season. Doing so will require surgery, on May 15, to clean up bone spurs in his right ankle. "It's the best thing for me to get it done as soon as I can so I can be ready for next season," Pekovic said.
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Nikola Pekovic wants to play every game next season. Doing so will require surgery, on May 15th, to clean up bone spurs in his right ankle. "It's the best thing for me to get it done as soon as I can so I can be ready for next season," Pekovic said.

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