Cousins has knee scare


SACRAMENTO, CA (TheSpread) – The Sacramento Kings got a scare on Thursday, as DeMarcus Cousins suffered an injury while practicing with Team USA.

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Cousins injured his right knee while going for a loose ball according to ESPN, but thankfully the MRI on the knee revealed no structural damage.

“USA Basketball National Team member DeMarcus Cousins suffered a knee-to-knee collision with a teammate during Thursday's USA practice in Chicago. According to USA Basketball team physician Dr. Lisa Callahan (Hospital for Special Surgery/New York Knicks), an MRI was done and revealed no structural damage. Cousins is listed as day to day,” the team said in a statement.

Following the injury to Paul George last month, players and organizations have grown concerned over these franchise players getting seriously injured.

According to oddsmakers at, the Sacramento Kings have 250/1 odds to win the NBA Finals in 2015. Cleveland is the favorite to win it all with 5/2 odds, while the San Antonio Spurs have 4/1 odds.

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