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Sacramento Kings’ DeMarcus Cousins Rumored To Be Traded To Celtics [VIDEO]

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The Sacramento Kings' DeMarcus Cousins might be traded to the Boston Celtics. Taj Gibson is aiming to re-sign with the Chicago Bulls.

Sacramento Kings' DeMarcus going to Boston?

The Sacramento Kings' center, DeMarcus Cousins, has been one of the most coveted assets in the NBA recently. It has been rumored that Boston Celtics has been interested in him for a while now. Recently, it was rumored that he is making a move soon, which would make the trade come true sooner than later.

Sacramento Kings' DeMarcus believes he is not going anywhere

Sacramento Kings' DeMarcus Cousins told ESPN in an interview that he believes he is not going anywhere. He said that he talks a lot to the management and he is not worried about the issue. He also said that he has no desire to leave the team.

Sacramento Kings' DeMarcus not worried with situation

Sacramento Kings' DeMarcus Cousins revealed that he is not worried that everyone wants him throughout the league. What he is worried about is if nobody would want to take him in, which would be a situation he has to rectify somehow. He said that he is happy where he is now and he is happy with his team.

Taj Gibson to go re-sign with the Chicago Bulls

In other NBA related news, Taj Gibson wants to stay with the Chicago Bulls by re-signing with them. He told the Chicago Tribune in an exclusive interview that he wants to stay with the team. He is now in his eight seasons in the NBA, and all of those seasons are in Chicago.

Gibson stayed with the team for so long, even enduring several injuries over the course of those several seasons. He has started in all 23 games for the Chicago Bulls for this season alone. He currently averages 12.1 points, 7.9 rebounds, 1.1 blocks, and 1.5 assists.

Check out the DeMarcus Cousins Highlights video below:

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