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Golden State will be Cousins' third National Basketball Association team over the span of his eight-season career.

Boogie - a four-time NBA all-star and two-time All-NBA selection - signed an extremely team-friendly deal with the Dubs that gives the reigning world champs maybe the best starting five in league history. Last season, he showed flashes of his all-around versatility and brilliance, averaging a career-high 5 assists per game while extending his range to the three-point line where he shot 35%. A 73-win team added arguably the greatest scorer in the National Basketball Association today.

Sports, the Dubs have agreed to a contract with free agent DeMarcus Cousins.

Meanwhile, Cousins himself told The Undefeated's Marc Spears that joining the Warriors was his "smartest move ever" and that the move represented his "Ace of Spades".

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Together, those five players combined for 109 points per game a year ago. A painfully routine move-and the torn Achilles tendon that came of it-robbed him of that chance. Perhaps the best examples of the MLE working as originally intended are Shane Battier, who joined the Miami Heat in 2011 and played a vital role on two title squads, and Shaun Livingston, who signed with the Warriors before the first of their three championship runs over the next four years. Clearly, Cousins didn't regard those exploratory talks as a real offer.

As said at the start of this article, there can be no grudge on the Warriors for taking this deal, and equally on Cousins for going there after being snubbed by the franchise he wanted to stay at.

Business goes on for the rest of the league's teams, who, for the.

Remember when the Los Angeles Lakers signed LeBron James? He can't hold on to the ball as long as he has with other teams, either - his average time of possession is 2.6 seconds, nearly double the time of Bell (1.7) and Pachulia (1.5) in 2017-18. However, even if he comes back as a less dominant player than he was before the injury, say 80 percent, the Warriors are getting yet another All-Star caliber player.