The Sacramento Kings’ new ownership and coaches have big plans for DeMarcus Cousins. And the young center is all for it, so long as he’s properly compensated. Cousins’ agent, Dan Fegan, wants his client to get rewarded with a max contract extension this summer … or else. Per the Sac Bee: “So how does Cousins feel about the Kings’ new regime? There was a pause, followed by a ‘no comment’ and a chuckle from the 22-year-old center, who’s entering his fourth season in the NBA. Cousins, who usually has a lot to say, is back in Sacramento this week, hosting the DeMarcus Cousins Elite Skills Camp for youths that began Wednesday and ends Friday. The smile on his face and the rolling of his eyes showed how hard it is for Cousins to play the silent role. But he has to. His agent, Dan Fegan, has instructed Cousins not to speak on anything relating to the Kings team, management or ownership. Cousins is eligible for a contract extension this summer, and Fegan wants a maximum deal for his client with the threat of a trade demand looming if a deal isn’t reached. So even with all the kind words thrown his way, Cousins is keeping quiet about the Kings. Cousins did post a congratulatory Twitter message to the city of Sacramento and Mayor Kevin Johnson once it became official the Kings would not relocate to Seattle.”
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