Sacramento Kings podcast with Charlie O: With Cousins and Barnes gone the best the Kings can hope for is a decent rebuild

February 21, 2017

NBA, Sacramento Kings

AP file photo Sacramento Kings center DeMarcus Cousins whose pictured here playing against his future team the New Orleans Pelicans pauses after being called for a technical foul during the first half of an NBA basketball game in Sacramento, Calif., Sunday, Feb. 12, 2017. (AP Photo/Steve Yeater)

The All Star game on Sunday, let me just say this the next time they have an All Star I’m just going to watch the Harlem Globetrotters because they would be more interesting watching them play the Washington Generals.  That thing was horrible they players just stood there for two hours it is just as bad as the NFL Pro Bowl had become a couple of years ago when they thought about canceling.

Thank goodness for the NFL for stepping up making that game somewhat entertaining and interesting. If the NBA doesn’t start making that game competitive you might as well cancel it. They should make it a skills competition that All Star game was terrible until the big story broke about DeMarcus Cousins being dealt to the New Orleans Pelicans and right when I’m writing the story that there is no way their trading Cousins because their knocking on the door of getting in the playoffs for the first time in ten years.

There is no way at this point that their going to trade Cousins because if they get into the playoffs their first round playoff matchup would have been against Golden State. You know that I know if the Kings get into the first round of the playoffs their not going to beat the Warriors but they might have won a game or two just because the Kings have the make up that matches against the Warriors pretty good. But as of now that’s gone like a puff of smoke the best the Kings can hope for is a decent rebuild over the next couple of years after dealing Cousins and releasing Matt Barnes.

Charlie O podcasts Sacramento Kings basketball each week at http://www.sportsradioservice.com

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