On November 30, the Milwaukee Bucks announced the signing of center Demarcus Cousins. Cousins signed a one-year non-guaranteed deal with 2021 World Champions. The former Kentucky prospect is looking for a chance to restart his career.Read More
It’s crazy to see Demarcus Cousins not in the NBA anymore. Once viewed as a premier center, his personality and demeanor was a question mark but he made the game fun and exciting to watch. Now, the question remains how the big man is not playing this season and what he must do to get back.Read More
Over the past few weeks, the Miami Heat have acquired Victor Oladipo, Trevor Ariza, and Nemanja Bjelica. They’re also parted with Kelly Olynyk, Meyers Leonard, Chris Silva, Moe Harkless, and Avery Bradley. While the Heat has strengthened their guard andRead More
In April, 16 star NBA players will play in an NBA 2K tournament to raise money for coronavirus relief efforts.Read More
I’ve always been a big fan of DeMarcus Cousins.
I understand that’s not a particularly universal opinion – his reputation has always one that takes into consideration supposed character problems and volatility.
But he’s an incredibly talented basketball player and incredibly passionate about what he does.
And that’s why his sequence of injuries ever since January 26, 2018, is so upsetting.Read More
Last summer, DeMarcus Cousins gambled on himself by accepting the Golden State Warriors’ $5.3 million mid-level exception in hopes of receiving a big payday this summer. After missing most of this past regular season recovering from his Achilles injury, Cousins returned and played in 30 regular season games. While clearly not in all-star form, Cousins was serviceable as the fourth option on a star-studded Warriors team. During the regular season, he averaged 16.3 points, 8.2 rebounds, and 1.5 blocks in 25.7 minutes per game.Read More