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The club-imposed suspension that Sacramento Kings’ center DeMarcus Cousins received just before Christmas didn’t last very long. The NBA team announced on Dec. 24 that Cousins had been reinstated to the squad immediately after he apologized for his actions. He was originally banned from the team indefinitely on Dec 22 after a game with the Los Angeles Clippers the night before and was back on the court practicing with his teammates just two days later.
Cousins and head coach Keith Smart got involved in a shouting match during half time of the game against the Clippers. The coach then told him to stay in the dressing room as the rest of the team headed to the court for the second half of the contest. The 22-year-old player has had previous incidents with the club in his three seasons with them, but has made it clear to the press that he doesn’t want to leave Sacramento.
Two days after the game with the Clippers Cousins spoke with Smart and admitted that he was in the wrong. He then a...
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We all know DeMarcus Cousins has had a challenging year with the Sacramento Kings, but give him credit for not letting his frustrations show. On Thursday, Cousins spoke with the media during practice. As you can see, he was enthusiastic, upbeat, courteous and gave extremely thorough responses. But seriously, how sick of Sacramento is this guy? Cousins missed the last two games as...
DeMarcus Cousins has given the Kings plenty of problems since being drafted, but the team reportedly is still reluctant to trade the big man.
With DeMarcus Cousins continuing to get into trouble in Sacramento, the buzz is starting to grwo that the Kings might be finally ready to move the very talented, but troubled center. Marc Stein of ESPN is reporting that the Celtics are "highly interested" in the 22 year old (averaging 17 points and 10 rebounds per game this year).
Front-office sources say that Boston...
The early word from the DeMarcus Cousins trade watch, according to the latest rumbles on the personnel grapevine, is that Kings co-owners Gavin and Joe Maloof remain reluctant in the extreme to part with their young big man, especially at a time when — after three suspensions already this season — Cousins’ trade value isn’t exactly on the upswing.
Front-office sources say...
Hah… see what I did there with the headline?
That’s a much fun as we’re going to have here, people, as the DeMarcus Cousins saga continues its swirl down the toilet in Sacramento.
I know a lot of you are openly lobbying for Cousins to join the C’s. And on pure talent alone, he could be a massive help. But the guy you see in the video is comes with all that talent, and...
Report: Celtics, Pistons Will Prepare Offer for DeMarcus Cousins if Available The Boston Celtics are highly interested in DeMarcus Cousins. At least, that according to ESPN’s Marc Stein. In Stein’s Daily Dime on Friday December 28th, 2012, he states that: There’s a growing sense among potential suitors that under-fire Kings general manager Geoff Petrie, [...]
I guess when you are a struggling team like the Sacramento Kings, “indefinitely” means “one game.”
Kings center DeMarcus Cousins was suspended indefinitely after getting into an argument with head coach Keith Smart at halftime of last Friday’s loss to the Los Angeles Clippers. However, Cousins was reinstated by the Kings on Monday after just one game. He practiced with...
Kings co-owners Gavin and Joe Maloof remain reluctant to trade DeMarcus Cousins, according to sources.
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Front-office sources say that Boston and Detroit, just to name two teams, have let it be known that they are highly interested if and when Cousins does become available. Rest assured there will be more.
The Celtics might be in need of a big man, but at what price should they consider going after one?
With DeMarcus Cousins ostensibly available due to ongoing issues with the Sacramento Kings, the Celtics would be remiss if they didn’t at least kick the tires and see what the asking price would be for the mercurial center’s talents.
While Cousins has had his problems with the Kings...
Via ESPN:There’s a growing sense among potential suitors that under-fire Kings general manager Geoff Petrie, who has overseen zero trips to the playoffs under five coaches in the six-plus seasons since Rick Adelman left town, would be willing to move Cousins, preferably in exchange for a dependable veteran of quality or two who could bring some instant improvement to a franchise...