Warriors Rumors: Workout Vid Spurs Bogey Talking Cousins

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DeMarcus Cousins ​​and Nemanja Bjelica compete for a rebound during a playoff between the Denver Nuggets and the Golden State Warriors.

Since news of Kevin Durant’s desire to splinter from Brooklyn subsided during the first 24 hours of free agency in the NBA, the Hoops world has been rattled about a possible encounter with the Golden State Warriors.

Sure, the Phoenix Suns are the favorites to land KD — and the Miami Heat and Toronto Raptors are in the action, too — but the prospect of a comeback has captured the fans’ imaginations. During an appearance on KNBR, ESPN’s Mark Spears noted that the Dubs family had made a call to the Nets regarding the former Bay Area.

There’s a chance, though, that Durant isn’t the multi-time All-Star that Dub Nation and the blogging world in general should focus on with their reunion fantasies.

After all, footage of another ex-war – unrestricted free agent DeMarcus Cousins ​​- working with Draymond Green went viral on social media.


Boogie & Dray hit hardwood

On Saturday, Clip Jones/@stillcountincash on Instagram updated their story with a video showing Green and Cousins ​​huddling together during a workout. It is unclear when the footage was taken, but it appears to be recent.

While old teammates and/or players from different teams honing their skills together during the off-season is a rarity, a number of fans have noticed the sight of Boogie and Dry sharing the field.

Maybe it’s because Cousins ​​is also a four-time All-Star who last looked like his best in Golden State. Or maybe it’s because the Warriors currently only have the hard-to-test Kevin Looney and the hardly-tested James Wiseman. Whatever the case, fans are already commenting on a renewed partnership.

“If we can somehow get the jig up that would be fire,” A fan tweeted.

“boogiecousins ​​get dubs!!!! with you we’ll all have a chip!” Another commentator appealed.

“Let’s go, I’d like to go back,” Announcing a third speaker. “It’s a big body.”

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Coach Kerr is still fond of dancing

The 31-year-old Cousins ​​split the 2021-22 campaign with the Milwaukee Bucks and Denver Nuggets, but was playing important minutes for the latter team during the first-round series against the eventual champion Warriors in April.

In the aftermath of that game, Warriors coach Steve Kerr made a point to shout out the player who played 30 games for Golden State during the 2018-2019 season.

“I also want to just mention how happy I am for DeMarcus Cousins,” Kerr said after his club’s win in the series, via NBC Sports Bay Area. “This guy put his heart on the line for us many years ago and was going through hell; Achilles torn, ACL torn. He’s an amazing guy, he’s been a great fellow here.”

The Cousins ​​averaged 9.0 points, 5.6 rebounds, and 1.5 assists per contest with Milwaukee and Denver last season.

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