DeMarcus Cousins To Detroit? Three Reasons Why Not

May 25th, 2010 by Jay Wierenga Leave a reply »
As always seems to be the case during this time of year, draft rumors are swirling faster than a twister in Kansas.

Some of the rumors are meant as a means of misdirection; a way for teams to bluff each other into making foolish deals.

Some rumors are ridiculous and should be discarded as quickly as they are heard.

However, some rumors may have a nugget of truth to them. These are the rumors that tend to stick around longer than others. This is why we will continue to hear the "LeBron James to Chicago" rumor all summer and why we heard the "Carlos Boozer to Detroit" rumor all last year.

On Saturday, there was a report in the New York Daily News that said that Detroit Pistons team president Joe Dumars was interested in making a deal to move up to get former Kentucky power forward DeMarcus Cousins.

While it is too early to tell what type of rumor this is, Pistons fans should be thinking the same thing—please let this be a bluff.

At face value, Cousins may seem like a good pick. He has size, strength,  and a decent post game. He is young, but he has the physical tools to potentially contribute right awa ...

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