Found July 30, 2013 on Pro Sports Daily:
Kings center DeMarcus Cousins has defaulted on most every standard of athletic professionalism in his three-year NBA career. He clashed with two coaches — one a regrettable ill-fitting hire (Paul Westphal) the other promoted because of his bond with Cousins (Keith Smart) — and survived both of their firings. His body language is horrendous and tends to irk referees (Cousins led the NBA in technical fouls last season) as much as it does casual fans. He’s been suspended by his team and the NBA and allowed his frustrations on the court to boil over into postgame confrontations with teammates and broadcasters. Still this is the player tabbed as being the face of the Kings and for good reason. Cousins who turns 23 in August may be petulant at times but few players have the skill to do what he does and even fewer are capable of matching his production. There’s room here for Sacramento to be concerned without overreacting and to address the problem without disregard for such a prodigious ...

Josh Childress Choosing Between Three Teams: Kings, 76ers, Mystery Team

image from: Yes it is true, former Stanford standout Josh Childress is still interested in playing pro basketball, and more impressively, he has three NBA teams that are interested in his services. According to Shams Charania of RealGM: The Philadelphia 76ers and Sacramento Kings are known as firm suitors for wing free agents. The third team is a mystery team. Childress...
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