Warriors hope Energizer Boogie DeMarcus Cousins will transform everything

Doug Mendoza
January 12, 2019

There is always the possibility that Cousins will continue his ways of old and bring drama into the locker room with his antics on the court. But, Warriors coach Steve Kerr said Tuesday that Cousins has "gotten through a barrier" in his recovery.

Out since tearing his Achilles tendon as a member of the New Orleans Pelicans last season, DeMarcus Cousins is targeting January 18 to make his debut for Golden State.

Cousins tore his Achilles on January 26th previous year as a member of the New Orleans Pelicans. "I would say the last two scrimmages that he's had".

And it's not fair to expect DeMarcus Cousins to come in and save the day for the Warriors.

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"All I can tell you is (his return) is closer now", Kerr told reporters, via ESPN. Below we will examine how Cousins joining the team is both good and bad for the defending champs.

The four-time All-Star signed a one-year, $5.3 million contract with Golden State this summer. They don't have the luxury of getting Cousins the minutes he needs to get back into the shape of things - especially if the Warriors still haven't secured the top spot in the West. That would be the opener of a five-game road trip for the Warriors, which begins with two games in Los Angeles. The Warriors have players with huge personalities like Kevin Durant and Draymond Green who ironically got into a dispute with one another during a heated moment earlier this season.

The Warriors will host the Knicks on Tuesday.

Cousins has not played a game since exiting the court with a torn Achilles' wearing a New Orleans Pelicans jersey on January 26, 2018.

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