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Toronto Raptors New Player Says He Has 'Higher Ambitions' Than The 6ix

It looks like the Toronto Raptors' newest player is already ready to leave the team. According to TSN, Goran Dragić, has "higher ambitions" than the 6ix.

The team's newest addition, who the Raptors received as part of their trade with Miami for Lowry, appeared less than enthused at the thought of playing in the 6ix during a recent interview.

"Toronto is not my preferred destination. I have higher ambitions. We'll see," Dragic reportedly told a news outlet.

According to the NBA, the 35-year-old could possibly be rerouted to another team, with the Mavericks reportedly showing interest, but for now, it doesn't look like the Raptors are looking to let him go.

"Obviously, if we got an offer that was too good to refuse, we'd listen, but ultimately we want Goran here," Bobby Webster, Toronto's general manager, told reporters.

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