Looks Like DeMarcus Cousins and the Kings Are Stuck with Each Other

December 23rd, 2016 by Grant Hughes Leave a reply »

If the Sacramento Kings were going to move on from DeMarcus Cousins, it seems like they would have done it by now.

Long before the latest swell of character-impugning incidents—assault lawsuits stemming from a nightclub incident in New York, video of Cousins intimidating Andy Furillo of the Sacramento Bee, the resulting $50,000 fine, Mouthpiecegate and an ensuing postgame rant—the Kings had more than enough cause to end the Cousins experience.

But they didn't.

Which makes you think that in addition to believing a few things about Cousins—that he'll mature, that he can be the cornerstone of a winner, that they may never get another shot at a player as talented as he is—the Kings also haven't found the market for his services to be robust.

Because however committed to him they may be, everything has its price.

The Kings, apparently, haven't found one they like for Cousins. And that's not likely to change.


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