NBA Trade Rumors: Boston Celtics And Sacramento Kings' Negotiations For DeMarcus Cousins Finally Underway
The Sacramento Kings' DeMarcus Cousins has been the subject of NBA trade rumors for quite a while now. It goes to show that the two-time NBA All-Star is truly a force to reckon with. The latest report reveals that negotiation between the Boston Celtics and the Sacramento Kings for Cousins is now underway.
DeMarcus Cousins And John Wall Reunion
In 2015 and 2016, Cousins was named an NBA All-Star so it is no wonder if a lot of teams have been reportedly eyeing the Sacramento Kings' center. Despite lack of confirmation yet, it wouldn't be a surprise that the Kings will soon be giving up Cousins as rumors continue to spread like wildfire. This is not the first time however that Cousins will be leaving his current team. For one, Cousins himself had expressed in a previous interview that he wanted to cross over with other team to reunite with college buddy and now the Washington Wizards' point guard John Wall.
Trade Negotiations For DeMarcus Cousins Underway
According to a recent report from NESN, a trade may in fact happen "sooner than later." However, it underscored that there may be a third party in this negotiation. The said report cited the tweet of Boston's sports analyst Adam Kaufman's last Dec. 11 stating: "Not reporting trade betw #Celtics/#Kings imminent or will even happen...but heard something regarding Cousins, C's that caught my attention." Later the same day, Kaufman posted another tweet saying: "Basically, there are some other teams around #NBA that believe there's traction on Boogie deal...but not a #Celtics or #Kings source. FWIW."
From the looks of it, another team must be involved in the deal besides the Boston Celtics. However, Kaufman hasn't been all-out to share which team he's referring to. Even so, fans have to take this report with a pinch of salt as of this time until the Sacramento Kings or Cousins himself will officially confirm it.
Watch The NBA Finals And Other Sports Updates In VR
There is also a bonus that if you missed any of the earlier games in the 2016-2017 season, you can always get yourself up to speed by watching archived games before the Finals kick off.
NBA Trade Update: Porzingis Interested In Joining Clippers, Lakers Have Other Plans
Kristaps Porzingis just posted an interesting tweet about him joining the Clippers but unfortunately, it was deleted immediately. Also, the Lakers are pulling all the strings to acquire one of the big names in free agency next season.
NBA Update: Wade Back In Miami, CJ McCollum Recruiting Paul George
Dwyane Wade made a buzz the other day when he posted on his Instagram account that he is back in Miami. Also, CJ McCollum tries his negotiation skills as he is working his way in acquiring Paul George to the Trail Blazers.
NBA Trade Rumors: San Antonio Spurs Torned Between Chris Paul And Derrick Rose
The San Antonio Spurs lost their floor general Tony Parker due to injury the other day and now they are looking for a possible new leader on their team. Will they pick the former MVP, Derrick Rose? Or will they choose the relentless point guard, CP3?
NBA Playoffs MVP Update: LeBron James, Kawhi Leonard And James Harden Leading The Way
LeBron James is again proving to everybody that the NBA Playoffs is his playground. The King is still the MVP during the post season but Kawhi Leonard and James Harden are not far behind.
MORE IN ITECHPOST
Beyond Queen's Stomp-Stomp-Clap: Concerts and Computer Science Converge in New Research
The iconic "stomp-stomp-clap" of Queen's "We Will Rock You" was born out of the challenge that rock stars and professors alike know all too well: How to get large numbers of people engaged in participating during a live performance like a concert -- or a lecture -- and channel that energy for a sustained time period.
Using Waves to Move Droplets
Self-cleaning surfaces and laboratories on a chip become even more efficient if we are able to control individual droplets. University of Groningen professor Patrick Onck, together with colleagues from the Eindhoven University of Technology, has shown that this is possible by using a technique named mechanowetting.