Looney re-signs with Warriors for three years, $15M

DeMarcus Cousins remains available in National Basketball Association free agency, and the idea that he is going to get double-digit millions per year is dwindling.

Kevon Looney is returning to the Golden State Warriors on a three-year, $15 million deal, agent Todd Ramasar told ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski. "He hoped some big-market teams would strike out, would have cap space and he'd get a ($12-20 million) deal. That's not happening. I don't even know if the mid-level exception he got in Golden State previous year, I don't think that's there for him", Wojnarowski told Scott Van Pelt Monday on SportsCenter.

Cousins' market seems virtually non-existent right now, so it does seem possible that a team could sign him for the minimum, as insane as that sounds.

The 23-year-old's return to the Bay Area is good news for the Warriors, who lost center Jordan Bell to the Minnesota Timberwolves in free agency, a league source confirmed to ESPN.

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The idea of DeMarcus Cousins in Boston is certainly interesting, but it does not look like the Celtics want to take the risk. "I don't think that's".

With a hard cap of $138.9 million in place that the Warriors can not exceed, Golden State was thought to have around $17 million to spend on four or five spots. He bounced back in the later half of the 2018-19 season, averaging 16.3 points and 8.2 rebounds per game.

"I really enjoyed it", Cousins said of his season with the Warriors. "We'll see what way the wind blows".

  • Lawrence Cooper