Rajon Rondo Comments on DeMarcus Cousins, George Karl and More

December 2nd, 2015 by Matt Fitzgerald Leave a reply »

Sacramento Kings All-Star point guard Rajon Rondo recently joined with new teammate and fellow Kentucky product DeMarcus Cousins to speak with head coach George Karl about the squad's early 2015-16 struggles.

Yahoo Sports' Marc J. Spears reported that Rondo, Cousins and Karl initially intended to meet for 15 minutes but instead had a "powerful" two-hour meeting, to use the floor general's own terminology:

We asked [Karl] to just sit with us so we can pick his brain and share our thoughts. What I love about [Karl] is he's very open. George is not a dictator. 'What can we do positively? What can we do to improve?' If you can come into a meeting with no egos and everyone was humble, it just works out for the better.

The Kings have gone 2-2 since the triumvirate's open discussion and are now 7-12. Both Rondo and Cousins have reputations as mercurial personalities, but they appear to be getting along well and making a genuine, unified effort to change Sacramento's fate.

Drawing on his experiences as an NBA champion with the Boston Celtics, where he played with Kevin Garnett, Rondo is attempting to mentor Cousins an ...

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