J. Tinsley, here, high ranking member of the Boogie Cousins Fan Club (BCFC) and head of the leadership and community outreach council. We’re pleased to report the Sacramento Kings rallied to beat the Phoenix Suns last night at home 107-104. I know what you’re thinking, too. “Sacramento had to win to improve to 3-7. They can only win 30% of their games at a time!”
But Boogie tallied 27 points, 12 rebounds, four steals and two blocks leading the way for the Kings. Isaiah Thomas scored 10 of his 19 points in the final frame, adding to a resume that already has him as one of the best bench players in the league. That said, I come to you a humble man, America. Oh, ye of little faith in the BCFC. Fan voting for the All-Star Game opened recently.* Cast those ballots for Young Boogie to be selected to attend New Orleans because…
— 21.2 PPG, 9.4 RPG, 1.7 SPG, 1.4 BPG, 47.5% FG, 25.17 PER
…should at least merit a spot in the buffet line. And before the taunts of “his team sucks” emerge, always remember Kyrie Irving made the East squad last season and the Cavs weren’t exactly creeping up on postseason’s door either.
Vote Cousins/Tins 2014. A reformed, (former *crosses fingers*) hot-headed center and a little-to-unknown writer with an affinity for Martin re-runs and Fruity Pebbles. In other words, just the duo America can count on.
Gotty’s Note: Even though Boogie got down and the Kings got the W, Gerald Green’s dunk should not be overlooked.
* – I honestly believe voting should begin least 21 games into the season. A fourth of the year is out of the way and we have a better understanding of what are trends and what’s rust. But since we can’t, read the next sentence and please act accordingly.