DeMarcus Cousins is a great player, but one with a glaring flaw: a propensity for getting blocked. Like, a lot. How does a player so demonstrably good at everything else get blocked more than any other player in the NBA? There's apparently a pretty easy answer to this question. "I can't jump." That's certainly a relatively simple explanation for how it happens.
Why does Cousins lead NBA in getting blocked? 'I can't jump'
12 Up | Feb 19