There may not be a next year for Tom Thibodeau in Chicago.
Will they open their war chest of future draft picks to try to pry DeMarcus Cousins away from the Sacramento via trade? The early word out there is: Bank on it.
When talking to the New York media, Knicks President Phil Jackson hinted to the possibility of trading away the team’s first-round draft pick this year should they fall to the number five in the lottery:
The rookie guard out of Michigan doesn’t own a car so teammates DeMarcus Cousins, Rudy Gay and Reggie Evans found another way to prank him with popcorn.
In what potentially could have been a franchise changing move, it looked as though the Sacramento Kings were surprisingly on the verge of acquiring one of the off-season’s most coveted players outside of Dwight Howard and Chris Paul.
The Kings offered Andre Iguodala a four-year, $56 million contract on Tuesday, one that caused Iguodala to really consider his options. Sacramento even appeared to be the front-runner to land him at one point throughout the day.
But then the Kings showed why they’re terrible. Continue reading