Found March 24, 2013 on
With as many off the court troubles that he has had, we are quick to forget how good Kings center DeMarcus Cousins is and has the potential to be. Every now and then when he isn’t in some kind of trouble off the court, Cousins flashes just how good he can be.
Take this example courtesy of courtesy of SI.com. In the video, watch how Anthony Randolph ended up on a poster courtesy of DeMarcus.
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YouTube.com At this rate, Jim Ross should just call NBA games. Sacramento Kings center DeMarcus Cousins all but buried Denver Nuggets forward Anthony Randolph on Saturday night. Late in the third quarter of the Kings-Nuggets game, Cousins saw daylight between him and the basket and aggressively went for the dunk, clearing out Randolph’s lifeless body in the process. Like DeAndre...
His team may have been the latest victim of the Denver Nuggets, but DeMarcus Cousins did succeed in initiating the newest member to the Death by Dunking Support Group--Anthony Randolph.
Spencer Hawes was heavily booed during the Sixers’ game in Sacramento Sunday because of his public comments regarding the Kings move to Seattle. Hawes, a Seattle native, wants a team in his hometown, and Kings fans showed their disapproval by letting the Sixers’ center hear it last night.
via Jason Jones:
“I won’t make any qualms about where I stand,” Hawes said. “I want...
There is a term sheet. So there is that. Now it's onto the bid, which, if you believe David Stern and I do not, Stern said he expected the variances in bid (i.e. more money from the Sac bid) to be eliminated. In otherwords: We're not making the Maloofs take less money for what they sold the team for.
Are the Sacramento Kings worth 525 million in Sacramento? Probably...
Neither the Philadelphia 76ers nor the Sacramento Kings will factor into the playoffs this season, as Philadelphia will not qualify for only the second time since 2008 while Sacramento will miss out for the seventh straight season.
But lately, things have looked better for the Kings, while the Sixers keep inching dangerously closer to an all-time franchise mark for road futility...