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DeMarcus Cousins may be able to return after all

(Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports)

(Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports)

DeMarcus Cousins may be back on the floor sooner than we all thought.

In round one of the NBA Playoffs, Demarcus Cousins tore his left quad muscle – his second leg injury in just two years – and everyone was immediately doubtful for his return to the basketball floor in this year’s playoffs.

But, after a few weeks of rehab, Warriors head coach Steve Kerr said Cousins could possibly come back this postseason after all.

“He’s coming along pretty well,” Kerr told reporters. “It’s just wait-and-see.”

After a detrimental injury in 2018, Cousins went to Golden State to build himself back up to look more appealing to other NBA teams come contract time, all en route to winning a championship. All of that seemed to be at risk once his quad blew out in the first round, so hopefully, Cousins will return and play a big role in what would be Golden State’s fourth championship in five years.


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Article written by Brent Wainscott

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2 Comments for DeMarcus Cousins may be able to return after all



  1. Smyrna_Cat
    7:50 pm May 5, 2019 Permalink

    It’s hard to imagine Boogie coming back this year, but that would be amazing.



    • Luether
      8:13 pm May 6, 2019 Permalink

      Agree. It would be a great story and a great accomplishment for Boogie…