The DeMarcus Cousins trade to the New Orleans Pelicans just gets weirder and weirder. Speaking to reporters on Monday, Sacramento Kings GM Vlade Divac said that he had a more appetizing deal on the table for the All-Star center. Why didn’t they take it? Divac would not say: Perhaps even more confusing is that Divac said that owner Vivek Ranadive did not have input on the trade process. That seems highly unlikely, given how hands-on Ranadive has been in the past regarding keeping Cousins, killing Cousins trade talks for years. “[Ranadive] didn’t have any idea,” Divac said of the trade. “I just told him what I was going to do.” Let’s cut right to the chase here: this makes no sense. First, because
1 2/20/2017 11:23 AM PST Dwyane Wade wasn't an All-Star this season ... but that didn't stop him from livin' it up like one with his old teammate, Chris Bosh, and their wives on a boat trip in Miami!! The Bulls star didn't make the team for the first time in 12 seasons, but it clearly doesn't look like he had a case of FOMO ... especially with his gorgeous wife, Gabrielle Union, showing off her killer bikini bod. Bosh also got the All-Star treatment with a foot rub from an on-board masseuse. Meanwhile, LeBron James -- the last member of the Big 3 -- had 23 points in 19 minutes in Sunday's game for the East. Everybody wins.
Since Dec. 1, the Washington Wizards have been the best team in the East. That is if you go by their record, which 28-10 since the calendar flipped to December. However, nobody sane thinks the Wizards could beat a healthy Cavaliers teams in the Eastern Conference Finals. It’s fair to ask if they need more help to get by Boston or Toronto just to get a shot at the Cavaliers. That need for a little more help has led to trade rumors about Washington heading into the trade deadline Thursday (Feb. 23), and John Wall confirmed the team is looking to J. Michael of CSNMidAtlantic.com. “I think so,” Wall said when asked if he expected president Ernie Grunfeld to make a move as he has done the last several