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DeMarcus Cousins punks Derrick Favors

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DeMarcus Cousins punks Derrick Favors

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Unfortunately, Cousins got

Unfortunately, Cousins got too hot headed and was thrown out of the game a few moments later, but this was still a monster dunk.

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too big too strong too fast too skilled
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Damn hot head

He's lucky Tyreke's jumper was actually falling.

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Did I just say Reke's jumper was falling?

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How this dude isnt one of the

How this dude isnt one of the best big men in the game, just doesnt make sense

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The Kings should place some

The Kings should place some type of stipulations in his contract,that will deduct money from him for his on the court conduct and give him bonus for shooting over 50%,making the all star team and all NBA teams..

Or trade his a$$ to the Spurs and let Popovich handle him.....

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Yes I agree

with the fact that although he is one of the best center in the league (maybe top 5 right now) he needs to stay IN the game. He is always mixing something good with a coach's headache move, like a deep 3 pointer or a crazy dribble. He needs to control himself and I don't know if Sacramento is the right fit for him, due to to fact that they have a lot of dark holes in the offense as well as their team direction. Cousins will fulfill his talent in other team with a strong character coach and a contract with bonus for goals, like rudeboy said.

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Spurs wouldn't touch him.

Spurs wouldn't touch him. Talent is there, but the Spurs don't take that kind of risk on team chemistry. Maybe once he has mellowed out and gotten to his 30s.

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He's an absolute beast, so

He's an absolute beast, so much talent, but the Kings are not using him properly, he should be averaging 22 a game, but his foul trouble is a big problem, he needs to control himself and stay on the floor.

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The guy has it all but you

The guy has it all but you still feel he has so much to give, the trouble is if you trade him, the baggage puts his trade value down not his potential putting it up. Maybe they could get some sort of veteran guy to mentor him for a year or so, don't know who is available but someone like C-Web, Mutombo, Big Ben etc.

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Trade him

He is bad for the locker room

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Bad for the lockeroom?

Why do people always think trading a player is going to solve everything. "Trade Russel Westbrook" "Trade Bosh" "Trade Pau". The Kings need to learn to play as a team for an entire season, then address the weakspots and potential roster changes. Good lord, I'm pretty sure any Kings fan would agree its better to put up with the headache until it becomes painfully evident this guy won't change (grow up).

I do however agree its time they got someone to mentor him. I believe C-webb would be the perfect person in mind.

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