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Kings Shouldn't Give Up on Cousins

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Now that he's back, what do you do with DeMarcus Cousins? Coddle him? Ignore him? Trade him?

You don't trade him. You monitor his behavior, maintain certain standards and keep a velvet hammer within reach, but you don't trade him. The Kings' front office folks – regardless of whether Geoff Petrie re-signs or retires – need to do their jobs and let Cousins learn how to do his.

 

 

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