The 2017/18 NBA season has seen more three-pointers shot that any other season in history. That broke a record set in 2016/17. The beyond-the-arc revolution has changed the shape of the game, with the ability to hit the three often preferred to size.… Read more
DeMarcus Cousins has torn his ACL, leaving the Los Angeles Lakers with a roster dilemma ahead of the 2019/20 NBA season.
Cousins’ injury is a cruel reminder that nothing is guaranteed in this league and teams must take nothing for granted. With the Lakers already one man down, even more pressure will be put on an ageing LeBron James to deliver in what will be his seventeenth season.
Guard Avery Bradley will sign a two-year deal with the Los Angeles Lakers once he clears waivers, per Adrian Wojnarowski.
Four-time All-Star centre DeMarcus Cousins has signed with the Los Angeles Lakers on a one-year deal, as reported by ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski.
According to ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski, there is no market for Cousins. The four-time All-Star received the mid-level exception with the Warriors last season, but Wojnarowski added that he may not even get that despite expecting a hefty one-year deal when free agency began.
The Golden State Warriors were on the verge of going 3-2 down to the Houston Rockets when Kevin Durant left the court with a calf injury in Game Five.The Rockets turned the ball over and missed shots, allowing the Warriors to snatch an improbable win, putting them a game away from progressing to the Conference Finals.
Golden State Warriors centre DeMarcus Cousins has torn his left quad, reports Shams Charania.
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