Anthony Davis doesn't think DeMarcus Cousins will be going anywhere this offseason. Cousins, who is out for the season after suffering a ruptured left Achilles tendon on Jan. 26, will be entering unrestricted free agency this summer, which has caused some uncertainty about his future with the New Orleans Pelicans. Davis told the New York Times after Sunday's 126-109 win over the Dallas Mavericks that he believes the All-Star center will be back with the Pelicans next season. "I hope so," Davis said. "That's a decision he has to make. I'm pretty confident that he'll stay. From what I hear, he plans on it. But I'm going to keep selling the dream here. I'll be very involved -- I want him here." Davis has been registering MVP-level numbers with Cousins out of the lineup and his stellar play helped the Pelicans turn around the season with their current nine-game winning streak.
Anthony Davis says he's 'pretty confident' Cousins will stay with Pelicans
New Orleans Times-Picayune | Mar 7