Just when you thought the Golden State Warriors could not get any better, you were wrong.
In a move that no one saw coming, the Golden State Warriors has signed All-Star center, Demarcus Cousins to a one-year worth 5.3 million.
Sending the sports world into a state of shock, this move makes the Warriors so unbeatable to the point it is unfair. At the start of next season, or whenever Cousins comes back, The Warriors starting five will consist of five all-stars, the most in NBA history.
Although he is coming off an Achilles rupture, it is safe to say that Cousins will still be an elite talent when he returns to form. Cousins will only be 28-years old at the start of next season, which is different from when Kobe Bryant tore his Achille at age 34 in 2013.
In 48 games before the injury, the four-time all-star was having one of his most successful seasons as a member of the New Orleans averaging 25.2 points, 12.9 rebounds, and 5.4 assists per game.