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NBA trade rumors: Miami Heat’s Chris Andersen, Sacramento Kings’ Demarcus Cousins and why they are on radar

NBA trade rumors: Miami Heat’s Chris Andersen, Sacramento Kings’ Demarcus Cousins and why they are on radar

NBA trade rumors:  Miami Heat’s Chris Andersen, Sacramento Kings’ Demarcus Cousins and why they are on radar

NBA trade rumors are doing the round and the players who are being talked the most right now are none other than Chris Andersen and Demarcus Cousins?

Latest rumors doing the rounds indicate that Miami Heat is all set to trade Chris Andersen while Sacramento Kings is going to trade Demarcus Cousins. Nonetheless these rumors remain mere rumors at the moment and the truth is going to be revealed in the next few days.

Nonetheless people will not be surprised much if Miami Heat might trade their forward-center Chris Andersen after Mario Chalmers deal. The same is true about Sacramento Kings if they decide to trade their center DeMarcus Cousins. There is no denying the fact that the Miami Heat is not yet done with trading players even after making a deal with their point guard Mario Chalmers to the Memphis Grizzlies, says Yibada. Following Chalmers deal, the Heat is preparing for trading Chris Andersen.

Sources suggest that the Miami Heat may finally decide to trade the “Birdman” to decrease their luxury bill and because of their strength at the frontcourt. Moreover, the team could consider trading Andersen as they have highly talented Chris Bosh and Josh McRoberts. While this has been the recent trade rumors related to the Heat, Sports World Report suggested that the Sacramento Kings might trade DeMarcus Cousins. However, there is least possibility that the trade might not take place.

Cousins may be on the chopping list for a very different reason altogether. It may in fact have nothing to do with his on the field performance. It seems that Cousins criticized George Karl, the head coach of the team, after losing a game against the Spurs. In fact, Karl decided to suspend Cousins. However, Vlade Divac, the president of the Kings, blocked Karl’s decision. Shortly after the incident, Cousins made a public apology for his behavior through Yahoo! Sports. But apparently he hasn’t been pardoned, if the rumors are actually true.

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