The Los Angeles Clippers continues to clean up. In the face of increasingly intense competition, the Clippers are back to renewing their squad. Reported by The Athletic, the Clippers have just given DeMarcus Cousins ​​a 10-day contract. Cousins ​​himself is a free player (unrestricted free agents) after the Houston Rockets terminated his contract some time ago.

Cousins ​​has played 25 times for the Rockets this season, with 11 of them starting. Cousins ​​contributed 9.6 points, 7.6 rebounds and 2.4 assists per game. This low record cannot be separated from his playing minutes, which averaged only 20.2 minutes per game. Aside from assisting records, all of the Cousins’ achievements this season are the lowest in his career.
This season itself is the first season for Cousins ​​to play again after the ACL injury which kept him out of the season. Unfortunately, Cousins ​​is in a position awry. Had been expected to develop with the Rockets, he was in the midst of the chaos that occurred in the team.