Found May 29, 2013 on BlackSportsOnline:
Kings center DeMarcus Cousins doesn’t seem to be quite at home in Sacramento, and a change of scenery might bring some new-found comfort for the enigmatic big man. RealGM is reporting that the Cleveland Cavaliers who own the #1 pick in the draft, the Charlotte Bobcats, and the Dallas Mavericks are all interested in Cousins. The Bobcats own the #4 pick and definitely would like a star caliber player to help get them to some sense of respectability. Cousins would be probably be the third option for the Mavericks if they are unable to sign either Chris Paul or Dwight Howard. Cousins is entering the final season of his rookie contract before he reaches restricted free agency.
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