DeMarcus Cousins owned the month of March. Not only did he score nearly 20 points a game, Cousins also dominated the top plays list.
Cousins has evolved into a reliable scoring and rebounding threat under Kings head coach Keith Smart. While the wins haven't necessarily built up for the Kings, there's no doubt that the effort is there.
Cousins, along with the rise of rookie point guard Isaiah Thomas, has given the Kings the confidence and ability to win any game they play in.
The Kings have lacked a true franchise player since the day Chris Webber was traded to the Philadelphia 76ers. Kevin Martin wasn't special, and Tyreke Evans has severe limitations as a player.
Cousins is different. He's so naturally gifted that the sky is the limit if he can continue to improve.
If Cousins can finish the season the way he played in March, he could be an all-star come next February.