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On Roster (2): DeMarcus Cousins*, Jason Thompson
"Prior to the season, the conversation about Cousins involved the "P" word—potential. Now it involves a different "P" word—production," said Bleacher Report's Sim Risso.
The former first-round pick set career marks in points, rebounds, assists, blocks and field-goal percentage, tied his personal best in steals and posted an outstanding 26.1 player efficiency rating.
Yeah, he's pretty good.
On the other hand, Jason Thompson's career has seen better days, and he aired his frustration with James Ham of Cowbell Kingdom.
"Hands down man, that's saying the least," Thompson said. "Just for the amount of shots, the type of rotations that we had—offensively and defensively. It just wasn't even a fun year for me."
And with a near-$25 million contract that expires in 2017, the Kings must consider if a frustrated, 7.1-point, 6.4-rebound per game center is worth the price. But that's a decision best suited to be addressed following the 2014-15 campaign, lest Sacramento's post situation be a complete disaster behind Cousins.