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Adrian Wojnarowski Says There’s ‘Not A Market’ For DeMarcus Cousins In The NBA

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David Hookstead Smoke Room Editor-in-Chief

DeMarcus Cousins is apparently really struggling to find a new NBA team.

Cousins, who played for the Warriors this past season, apparently has no interest in him from teams in the league. According to Adrian Wojnarowski on Tuesday, “there is not a market for him.”

It’s crazy that Boogie was one of the best commodities in the NBA a couple years backs, got hurt and now nobody apparently wants him on their team. (RELATED: Kevin Durant Will Sign With The Brooklyn Nets For $164 Million, Kyrie Irving Will Get $141 Million)

What an unreal fall from grace. It also doesn’t make much sense. Cousins didn’t look bad against the Raptors at all. He looked like a guy who could still contribute.

From what Woj is saying, nobody other than me is apparently buying it.

 

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You’d think some team would come in and eventually offer him a league minimum deal in order to get a roster spot.

Is that even off the table right now? That’s almost impossible to believe. If they get him on a minimum deal and he sucks, then so be it.

Who cares? Not much money would have been spent. Him not having any interest makes no sense, especially after playing reasonably well for the Warriors in the finals.

I don’t think there’s any question about whether or not he can play.

I hope he finds a new team because he’s a solid player. I’m honestly stunned he hasn’t already. I guess the NBA is always unpredictable.