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DeMarcus Cousins’ new Showtime documentary airs Saturday and it is awesome

A new documentary chronicling DeMarcus Cousins’ comeback and decision to join the Golden State Warriors will air this Saturday on Showtime.

“The Resurgence: DeMarcus Cousins” gives a behind-the-scenes look at Cousins’ grueling rehab from a career-threatening injury and the troubles it caused in his free agency plans last summer. Complete with home videos and interviews with those who know him best, we see exactly what the former Kentucky Wildcat had to endure over the last year, undoubtedly the most challenging year of his young life.

I was lucky enough to get my hands on an advanced copy and I can confirm it is must-see TV for Boogie fans and Boogie haters. His fans will learn so much more about him, going all the way back to his Baby Boogie days in Alabama as the big brother in a fatherless household, through his time at UK and on to the NBA. His haters will see the real DeMarcus Cousins and how he is one of the more genuine and loyal people in the league, and why he ultimately landed with the NBA’s best team. “The Resurgence” should change a lot of opinions about one of the league’s most hated players.

Watch a trailer for the documentary and then make sure you’re signed up for Showtime so you can catch it when it premieres this Saturday, April 13 at 8 p.m.

It will only make you love Boogie even more.

Article written by Drew Franklin

I can recite every line from Forrest Gump, blindfolded. Follow me on Twitter: @DrewFranklinKSR

2 Comments for DeMarcus Cousins’ new Showtime documentary airs Saturday and it is awesome



  1. Msmo
    5:07 pm April 11, 2019 Permalink

    I want to watch this on loop. Now!



  2. bluecrowe
    6:02 pm April 11, 2019 Permalink

    Going to Kentucky for a year really seems to have worked out well for him. I hope he realizes things could have gone much differently had he not gone to college first.