Boogie Cousins sends a warning with monster dunk minutes into first GSW appearance
NBA teams be warned.
It’s not as if they didn’t know already that the Golden State Warriors have a ridiculous amount of weapons, but former Sacramento Kings and New Orleans Pelicans star Boogie Cousins didn’t waste any time in his first appearance for his new team.
The 28-year-old was the first scorer of the game for the Warriors against the LA Clippers – and in emphatic style.
Cousins, a four-time all star, has battled an Achilles injury he sustained last season.
Yet for his first appearance since, Cousins showed he can still move, producing a characteristically big dunk on his way to 14 points, six rebounds and three assists.
Of course, his return was cut short, with the centre receiving a standing ovation from the Warriors faithful after fouling out with nine minutes left in the fourth quarter of their 112-94 win.