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The agent for Sacramento Kings center DeMarcus Cousins met with team president Geoff Petrie on Monday and didn’t demand a trade, USA TODAY Sports has learned.
Cousins has said during his most frustrated times that he wants out and that rival teams continue to attempt to pry the talented third-year big man away from the Kings. But his agent, Dan Fegan, did not make a trade request during his meeting with Petrie, according to a person familiar with the meeting. The person spoke on the condition of anonymity because of the private nature of trade talks. The Kings, in turn, reiterated their stance that they have no intention of trading Cousins even if he wanted a new start elsewhere.
via Sam Amick, USA TODAY Sports
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Sources say that the Celtics are working on a deal involving several players in a trade for the Sacramento Kings' mercurial center, one that may soon be complete.
Is Demarcus Cousins on his way to Boston?
When the Celtics waived two prospects Kris Joseph and Jarvis Varnado earlier Sunday morning, it was seen as minor cost cutting moves. Both of their contracts were about to become guaranteed and the Celtics didn’t want to deal with it.
That may not have been the case reports CSN’s A. Sherrod Blakely.
#Celticstalk: The #Celtics decision...
The ongoing saga between the Kings and the city of Sacramento appears to have come to a conclusion, although fans and mayor Kevin Johnson are unlikely to be happy about the result.
The Maloof family was finalizing an agreement Wednesday to sell the Kings to a Seattle ownership group, sources told Yahoo! Sports’ Adrian Wojnarowski. The group, headed by hedge fund manager Chris Hansen...
The rumor of the night: DeMarcus Cousins to the Boston Celtics. Rumors of a Cousins trade are nothing new. But Sunday night, AM 1510 NBC Sports Radio in Boston reported that Celtics GM Danny Ainge was working on a deal for the disgruntled Sacramento Kings center.
Among the names in a rumored deal: Jeff Green, Jason Terry, Courtney Lee, Jared Sullinger and Avery Bradley. Not all...
The Kings continue to be adamant that DeMarcus Cousins won't be traded.
Well, it was fast:
#Celticstalk: The #Celtics decision to waive Vernado AND Joseph, opens the door for what one league source says may be a "blockbuster" deal.
— A. Sherrod Blakely (@SherrodbCSN) January 7, 2013
After some minutes of playing around with names in our heads, Blakely brought us a familiar name:
#Celticstalk: The name that keeps coming up with everyone...
The flurry of so-called “news” surrounding a potential trade for DeMarcus Cousins, which went so far as the predict a deal could bring the Sacramento Kings center to Boston by the end of Sunday night, appears to be over. Cousins will not be coming to Boston, at least not before the Kings visit the TD Garden at the end of the month.
Sam Amick of USA Today completely shut the door...
He talks about the talented Kings teams of the 1990s, teams led by Chris Webber and Mike Bibby and says he wants to be part of restoring that level of success.
“That’s like a trophy to me,” Cousins said. “Taking a team no players really want to go to, a team considered the worst in the league, and through all the struggle and all the negativity, they found the way to win...
After a flurry of chatter to the contrary Sunday night, the latest reports say Kings big man DeMarcus Cousins is not coming to Boston.
The talk started after the Celtics waved Kris Joseph and Jarvis Varnado Sunday. Some speculated that was a move to free up cap space as the team positioned itself for a major deal, because waving Joseph caught many off guard.
Once that ball started...
According to CSNNE's A. Sherrod Blakely, the latest buzz around a trade for temperamental big man DeMarcus Cousins is the Kings seeking multiple young players and draft picks.
While the Celtics could pull off such a move, in a package based around Avery Bradley and Jared Sullinger with others such as Courtney Lee, Fab Melo, Brandon Bass, etc., Danny Ainge should walk away and...
Celtics fans cannot seem to get DeMarcus Cousins off their minds, no matter how dead that trade rumor might be. The salary complications and Cousins’ behavioral issues have been debated ad nauseam, so it is not worth going into those massive obstacles any further.
One thing that has been repeated so often in the last few weeks, to the point that it has almost been accepted as fact...
After several rumors and reports this weekend speculated that the Celtics were in hot pursuit of troubled Sacramento Kings center Demarcus Cousins, USA Today’s NBA writer Sam Amick is reporting that a deal between the two teams won’t happen:
DeMarcus Cousins is not going to the Celtics. Teams continue to be told that he’s not available. That is all.
— Sam Amick (@sam_amick...