The Golden State Warriors have won three of the past four NBA titles—and, if we’re being real, they should have won the last four. But somehow the team managed to get even better this summer, adding center DeMarcus Cousins on a one-year, $5.3 million deal. Furthermore, the Warriors are “still really hungry,” according to team owner Joe Lacob.
In an interview with The Athletic, Lacob spoke on the backlash he and the team faced after acquiring Boogie.
“There’s a lot of market inefficiencies in the NBA,” Lacob said of the system that allowed Golden State to add the four-time All-Star. “Other teams could have gotten Cousins, but they didn’t. There’s always going to be some sort of opportunity, some inefficiency, I believe.”
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