Boogie Cousins is a sign the Warriors dynasty is getting closer to the end
NBA fans were in an uproar when Boogie Cousins, with many declaring that the signing was the end of a competitive league. Colin disagrees, and thinks the signing will be far less impactful than Twitter thinks, and is potentially a landmine for the Warriors.
Not only is Cousins coming off an Achilles injury that’s historically an NBA career killer, he has a long track record of being a headache, and blowing up locker rooms. There’s no reason to think he won’t be with Golden State. According to reports, the Warriors want Cousins to come off the bench, which sounds like a recipe for disaster. Colin thinks the signing is a reach, and an indication that the Warriors dynasty is closer to the end than the beginning, as they get further away from what started it.
Kawhi isn’t the only answer as a #2 for LeBron
The Kawhi Leonard saga with the Spurs continues to drag out, and some reports indicate he is becoming more receptive to destinations other than the Lakers. Colin thinks the Lakers should still make a push for Kawhi, but if they can’t pull off the deal, there are other options.
One player Colin thinks would be a great fit with LeBron is Damian Lillard. He’s a scoring guard in the similar mold of Kyrie Irving, with whom James won a title.
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Nick Wright – Host of First Thing’s First is in-studio on why Boogie Cousins to the Warriors is bad for the NBA;
Stephen Jackson – 14-year NBA veteran is in-studio on why Boogie to the Warriors isn’t bad for the NBA; and Kawhi leaving the Spurs.
Jason McIntyre – Founder of The Big Lead is in-studio on why Boogie to the Warriors is a big risk, and why the Lakers could shift their focus off Kawhi if the Spurs don’t trade him this offseason.
Dahntay Jones – World Champion with the Cavs is in-studio on why he isn’t surprised LeBron signed with the Lakers.