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Kings Cite Culture Change For Trading Cousins; Is Ranadive Too Hands On With Team?

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 02 / 21 / 17

Kings VP/Basketball Operations & GM Vlade Divac set the team "on a new path" Sunday night when he made the "sharp move away from" C DeMarcus Cousins by trading the All-Star to the Pelicans, according to James Ham of CSNBAYAREA.com. A source said that the Kings "grew tired" of Cousins' "constant ...

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