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#tbt me and my bros Ebled and Jwall - @boogiecousins- #webstagram
From DeMarcus Cousins’ Instagram account…
Looks like a couple of Wildcats are enjoying their time off. 

#tbt me and my bros Ebled and Jwall - @boogiecousins- #webstagram

From DeMarcus Cousins’ Instagram account…

Looks like a couple of Wildcats are enjoying their time off. 

In other news not pertaining to Kobe Bryant and finger guns,  DeMarcus Cousins had another huge game last night grabbing 12 rebounds and scoring a career-high 41 points in a loss against Phoenix. 

In other news not pertaining to Kobe Bryant and finger guns,  DeMarcus Cousins had another huge game last night grabbing 12 rebounds and scoring a career-high 41 points in a loss against Phoenix. 

(Expletive) you’re good.
— DeMarcus Cousins recalling what he said to Tim Duncan during the Spurs 117-112 win against Sacramento.
In news unrelated to a certain NYK point guard, we saw a couple of great teammate combos last night.
Wizards SG Nick Young hit 7 out of 8 three pointers en route to a 35 point explosion, and teammate John Wall put up 29 points, 9 assists, 3 boards, 2 blocks and a steal.
The Kings were led by the streaking DeMarcus Cousins, who put up a monster game of 28 points, 17 rebounds, 3 steals and 2 blocks. His point guard Tyreke Evans flirted with a triple double with 27 points, 8 rebounds and 8 assists.

In news unrelated to a certain NYK point guard, we saw a couple of great teammate combos last night.

Wizards SG Nick Young hit 7 out of 8 three pointers en route to a 35 point explosion, and teammate John Wall put up 29 points, 9 assists, 3 boards, 2 blocks and a steal.

The Kings were led by the streaking DeMarcus Cousins, who put up a monster game of 28 points, 17 rebounds, 3 steals and 2 blocks. His point guard Tyreke Evans flirted with a triple double with 27 points, 8 rebounds and 8 assists.

Paul Westphal, you’re fired!
Starting the year 2-5 and feuding with DeMarcus Cousins was enough to cost Sacramento’s coach his job, although Cousins claims that Westphal demanded a trade to the unemployment office.

Paul Westphal, you’re fired!

Starting the year 2-5 and feuding with DeMarcus Cousins was enough to cost Sacramento’s coach his job, although Cousins claims that Westphal demanded a trade to the unemployment office.

NBA Blingees: Volume 1

DeMarcus Cousins shooting lazers

Sacramento Kings media day with DeMarcus Cousins

(Source: Yahoo!)

Awkward Photo of the Year
(via 24seconds)

Awkward Photo of the Year

(via 24seconds)

DeMarcus Cousins instagram’d
via 24seconds / @sacramentokings

DeMarcus Cousins instagram’d

via 24seconds / @sacramentokings

Cousins to Wall, then Wall between the legs off the glass alley-oop to Wesley Johnson. Kentucky stand up!

(via @jose3030)

I don’t call anybody. You don’t call a man at night.
John Wall, on whether he calls DeMarcus Cousins to discuss their rookie struggles.

Summer League Roundup, July 14

Joey Devine is still reporting from Las Vegas. Here’s the Wednesday news:

Most impressive player: DeMarcus Cousins, Sacramento Kings. Dominated in the paint and played reasonable defense, which is lockdown defense by Summer League standards. After hitting the shot that put the Summer Kings ahead with two seconds left, Cousins threw back his head and screamed, “This is MY team!” It’s unclear whether he meant the regular Kings, or just the Summer League squad.

Least impressive player: Al-Farouq Aminu, Los Angeles Clippers. He shot badly, didn’t know where to go on the court, and didn’t wear his draft night Urkel glasses, even on the sidelines.

Most dominant player: J.J. Hickson, Cleveland Cavaliers. Hickson went for 34 points and nine rebounds against the Suns. It was an athletic dunkfest all around, with Christian Eyenga and Gani Lawal also impressing. Cavs fans are now officially nervous about Hickson’s impending free agency in 2013.

Worst facial expressions: Hassan Whiteside, Sacramento Kings. He rolled his eyes at almost anything - foul calls, the other team scoring, plays where he thought he was open and didn’t get the ball, over-loud cheering, whatever. On one play, DeMarcus Cousins was fouled and scored the and-one dunk, and Whiteside rolled his eyes in disgust. “His body language wasn’t a lot better”, notes Joey.

Best coaching: Wizards assistant Sam Cassell sat by John Wall’s side constantly, pointing out where to go and sharing his experience. One hopes he’ll also give him dance instruction, as Cassell’s “big balls” dance is far better than Wall’s usual stupid dance.

Worst coaching: Reggie Theus, Minnesota Timberwolves/Deering Tornadoes. With two second left, Minnesota had one last play against Sacramento, nd the ball went to… Patrick O’Bryant. Needless to say, the Wolves did not score. Joey did snap a sweet photo with Reggie.

Best player-fans: The Lopez brothers watched Stanford’s Landry Fields go up against the Raptors. They goofed around with each other, chattered constantly, and were overall even more diverting than the entertaining Knicks-Raptors matchup. They signed anything and everything fans handed them, in contrast to Wall, who had a designated lackey to handle autograph items.

Runner-up: Olden Polynice, who could have surged past the Lopez Brothers had he worn his old police uniform.

Worst fan: The guy in a vintage John Elway jersey and a gaudy Ed Hardy hat who begged Bulls coach Tom Thibodeau for an autograph.

Most grown-up NBA player: Glen Davis, who wouldn’t even look at any fan who called him “Big Baby.”

Worst-dressed owners: Gavin and Joe Maloof.

Boogie had a solid 2010 Summer League debut.

14 points, 10 rebounds and an assist in 26 minutes of action.

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Boogie had a solid 2010 Summer League debut.

14 points, 10 rebounds and an assist in 26 minutes of action.

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David Stern shakes hands with new Sacramento King DeMarcus Cousins. I’ve got a feeling that this won’t be the only time these two have an uncomfortable meeting, but it will be the only time Stern is smiling this much.

David Stern shakes hands with new Sacramento King DeMarcus Cousins. I’ve got a feeling that this won’t be the only time these two have an uncomfortable meeting, but it will be the only time Stern is smiling this much.

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