The New York Daily News reports the Jets and Revis were in contact in mid-February 2015, long before the opening of free agency.
Most NBA fans wondered the same question when the Kings traded DeMarcus Cousins to New Orleans along with Omri Caspi for Buddy Hield, a top-three-protected 2017 first-round pick, a 2017 second-rounder, Tyreke Evans and Langston Galloway: “Was that the best they could get for him?”
Thanks to an unnecessarily honest moment from Kings GM Vlade Divac, we’ve got our answer.
Meeting with the press Monday, Divac was asked whether he felt the team could have gotten more for Cousins had they waited until closer to the Feb. 23 trade deadline before making a movie.
“Most likely we would get less,” Divac said, “because I had a better deal two days ago.”
That admission got everyone’s attention.
“Than what you got now?” a reporter asked, to which Divac responded, “Yup.”
Multiple reporters piped up at that point, once again asking for clarification that he had a better deal than the one he eventually took.
“Talk to those agents, what they say,” Divac said. “I don’t want to go into details. I don’t want to discuss about the process. It was a big process for us.”