If there is one thing that Sacramento Kings fans can come to a unanimous decision on, it's the fact that the future of this organization is reliant on Tyreke Evans and DeMarcus Cousins (whether the answer come through keeping them both, trading them for other players, or keeping one of them).
Most seem to agree that we should keep Cousins at least for the next year, where he can show us if his maturity and effort will comply with a new head coach, GM, and owner. I cannot recall if there was a consensus on Evans, although I would assume the same is true for him.
Regardless, it would be nice to see exactly where STR users stand on this issue. Do you believe Cousins is the answer, and that we should build around him only? Do you think Evans is the key to a championship contender, and that Cousins is harming the team with his attitude and lack of effort? Do you think both are excellent cornerstones, and that only a few other pieces (and a new head coach with an actual system and rotations) will bring out the best in them? Do you believe that both must go, as neither can really be built around if we want a championship in our sights? Or do you believe that, until we see them playing together under a new coach, a new system, and a new GM, it is too early to really tell?
Cast your votes, let's see where we stand!