Rumors pertaining about the Sacramento Kings trading DeMarcus Cousins seems to be an interesting topic to discuss for NBA fans.
The big man is one of the most talented players in the league today and is part of a franchise that is from an outsider’s view a circus show that is becoming more of a joke by the day.
Although the rumors have popped up here and there about the possibility of Cousins being traded, the Kings today seemed have squashed the dreams of any teams interested in acquiring the former Kentucky Wildcat.
According to Hoops Rumors, it is reported that the Kings front office will not listen to any trade offers that include DeMarcus Cousins in it.
It was not too long ago that the news came out that the Cleveland Cavaliers were looking to acquire Cousins to their team this summer, but with recent news that came out today, it’s an indication that Sacramento’s All-Star big will remain in California’s capital at least for the first stages of the upcoming NBA season.
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If I am a Kings fan, and I am, this is good news to hear. Despite the rumors flying around the social media world, it was pretty inevitable that Cousins will remain with the Kings for next season. But it’s still good to make it concrete by the Kings upper management that Cousins will remain put in purple and white.
Settling the minds of some Kings fanatics.
It will be interesting to see how Cousins and the Kings will perform next season. They have a new head coach and player personnel that screams a defensive mindset and DeMarcus Cousins is getting in better physical shape as we know it after enduring a season suffering foot injuries.
Yes, the optimism is at its peak for Kings fan during this summer. But like similar summers in the past, what else is new? Will the enthusiasm remain in the forthcoming Fall, Winter, and Spring?