Golden State put a bit of a damper on that LeBron to the Lakers thunder on Monday night.
A day after LeBron James said he would be joining the Lakers, free agent DeMarcus Cousins agreed to a one-year, $5.3 million contract with the two-time defending champion Warriors.
Cousins, a two-time All-NBA player who is coming off an Achilles injury, joins a roster that includes superstars Kevin Durant and Stephen Curry, and top-level players Klay Thompson and Draymond Green.
The move drew a strong reaction from NBA players, and fans were left shaking their heads.
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That included Dodgers announcer Jerry Hairston, Jr., who is a Lakers fan. His reaction to learning the news of Cousins' move to the Warriors was caught on camera and it likely was the same as other NBA fans had:
Here is another of Hairston's tweet: