NBA Trade Rumors: Will Boston Celtics Make Way For DeMarcus Cousins Replacing David Lee?
We must really give a thumbs up to Boston Celtics. Though they have been at the receiving ends of so many criticisms this season, the team has still managed to keep its head up.
According to gospelherald.com, there is no doubt that the incident of Marcus Smart being injured has derailed this NBA team. But there are expectations of other players stepping up to commensurate this loss.
Nevertheless, it seems that the star players of Boston Celtics have been struggling to keep themselves going. There have been some rumors lately that David Lee and Jared Sullinger may have a possibility of exiting the team.
It is also said that Danny Ainge has been proactively looking for an able NBA star to get inducted into this struggling team so that its performances can improve.
Apparently, the president of basketball operations for Boston Celtics has taken a fancy towards DeMarcus Cousins at present.
The star of Sacramento Kings has earned a reputation for exhibiting his explosive and intense emotions while being in action in Hardwood court. This could perhaps give a much required boost for the quad of Isaiah Thomas.
Moreover, the stormy and noisy relationship between George Karl who is the head coach and the Cousins could see a fulfillment of the teams strive towards excellence.
It is also being speculated by some that the Boston Celtics are perhaps more than willing to trade its players like David Lee and Jared Sullinger for DeMarcus cousins.
As far as Boston Celtic’s defense is concerned, the NBA team’s performance has been quite impressive. But the team needs to definitely improve in its offense part. It is being noticed that only a few of its players could be successful in making their points.
The latest remarks made by Ainge signify that it is crucial for the Boston Celtics to replicate the strategy of the Golden State Warriors, for conversion of its defense strategies to scores to excel.
Picture Source: Wikimedia Commons/DeMarcus Cousins