Following the team's sixth-consecutive loss on Monday night, Kings center DeMarcus Cousins was vocal about the necessity for the team to come together and mend any issues. "Just to make it clear, I believe in every single person in this room and we just got to stay together. So that part I'm not worried about, but [there are] issues we have to figure out. When those issues are fixed, the winning will come,” said Cousins.
After a dominant performance in the University of Kentucky Alumni Game this past weekend, DeMarcus Cousins has started to build positive momentum heading into the season. Following the game, Kentucky’s ABC 36 news station caught up with the former Wildcat, who elaborated a bit on his expectations for the Kings this year. The video with Boogie’s comments can be seen below.
SACRAMENTO, CA - Sacramento Kings center DeMarcus Cousins will participate in the 2016 Skills Challenge as part of All-Star Saturday Night on February 13 at the Air Canada Centre in Toronto, Canada, the National Basketball Association announced today.
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After a difficult start to the season from long range, Ben McLemore has bounced back, converting on 11 of his last 18 three-point attempts. McLemore’s confidence has been apparent since the team’s win over Brooklyn on November 13, where the third-year shooting guard dropped 15 points on 5-of-8 shooting and 3-of-4 from deep.