Anthony Davis made headlines last night by shattering Wilt Chamberlain's All-Star Game scoring record.
Davis scored 52 points, beating Chamberlain's record by 10, and earning MVP honors for the game. He became the home-town hero, doing it in front of the Pelicans crowd in New Orleans.
On top of the historic game and the MVP performance, Davis got himself a new teammate...DeMarcus Cousins was traded to the New Orleans Pelicans shortly after the game.
The two former Wildcats will be teaming up to make the best frontcourt pairing in the NBA.
Tweets of the day
Guys used to get a Kia for winning All-Star MVP but now they get Boogie as a teammate.— #riseup (@DBaide___) February 20, 2017
Pretty fair trade, if you ask me.
We don't even know where to go... pic.twitter.com/NV1ySfJvun— Andrew Rogers (@Andrew_Rogers_) February 20, 2017
This was from Cousins' manager. It's always stressful for the player and those around him following a trade, especially when you're temporarily in the city you've been traded to.
Davis wins All-Star Game MVP - USA Today
More info on Davis' historic All-Star performance.
Lopsided DeMarcus Cousins deal proves the Kings are the worst sports franchise - FOX Sports
Seriously though, what are the Kings doing? There's no way that you want to get rid of a superstar like Cousins so badly that you'll take so little for him.
Anthony Davis comments on Boogie's trade - Bleacher Report
Davis is pretty happy about this weekend. He played well, he was involved in multiple events, and he got an All-Star teammate.
FAQ on the huge Boogie trade - ESPN
A good explanation of what this trade means for Cousins, the Pelicans and the Kings right now.
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