Author Topic: Look at Demarcus Cousin's numbers since returning, exactly why he's staying put  (Read 4591 times)

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Offline CelticHooligan3

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NBA 101
I'll also give you another NBA 101: every time you have the chance to add this type of talent without giving up any of your top 4-5 players, you do it and don't look back. Issues or no issues.

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The days leading up to the deadline are going to go by sooooooooooo slow.

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The days leading up to the deadline are going to go by sooooooooooo slow.

And at the end of the day nothing too exciting will happen.  Probably.
"You're never as good as you think you are, you're never as bad as you think you are, and you're never far from either."

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Cousins just replaced his agent last week or so with a guy who has a rocky history with the King's GM so it's almost certain he'll be out of SAC in the future.  I would expect SAC to trade him for something rather than just let him walk away.  But he's not an FA until 2014 so they have time.

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It looks like Cousins' strong play came to an end tonight.

10 points (3-9 FGAs, 4-5 FTAs, 4 TOs) and 8 rebounds in 27 minutes in a 32 point loss to the Memphis Grizzlies.


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