clock menu more-arrow no yes

Filed under:

Anthony Davis, West All-Stars win 192-182 as Cousins might be traded from Kings

New, comments

Future-Warrior Anthony Davis put on a show in New Orleans, but there was big news concerning Kings’ big man DeMarcus Cousins as well.

NBA: All Star Game-Eastern at Western Bob Donnan-USA TODAY Sports

Many people joke that Anthony Davis will someday become a member of the Golden State Warriors. Perhaps we’ll see him in the blue and gold, playing under the $BILLION lights of the Chase Center, but for now the young prodigy is living it up in New Orleans.

The 23 year old superstar led the West All-Stars to a 192-182 victory, while also setting a new record for points scored in an All-Star game (surpassing Wilt Chamberlain) by scoring 52 points to go along with 10 rebounds.

Th final score seemed ... obtuse. And not like, insensitive. I mean, like fat and overweight, like an angle.

In a game marked by little to no defense and a wonderful Durant/Westbrook alley-oop, Davis and his historic performance truly stood out from the crowd.

In Warriors news, Kevin Durant joined an exclusive club by recording a triple-double.

Stephen Curry had a fantastic night, but will only be remembered for fleeing a Giannis posterization, only to find himself in the crosshairs of death-from-above from the same man. It was a tough night for tiny, head-banded wonder.

However, the major news out of New Orleans (or out of whatever crazed bunker Adrian Wojnarowski hides within) was the fact that the #KANGZ are considering — nay, actively planning on — trading DeMarcus Cousins.

Let me take this moment to, just ...... AHAHAHAHAHAHA KANGZ!!!!!!!!

So, in short:

1.) Congrats Anthony Davis on your All-Star MVP award, your record setting night, and your shining future as a member of the Golden State Warriors.

2.) Kings, just go hide in the corner and stop.

3.) Curry, WATCH OUT FOR GIANNIS!!!!!

What a strange, glorious, boring night from NBA-land.