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Kings Links: Cousins talks Karl, New York talks Sacramento and more

Stephen R. Sylvanie-USA TODAY Sports

It might be the dog days of the offseason, but the Sacramento Kings have generated a little bit of news this week, in part thanks to DeMarcus Cousins' return to Team USA.  As such I thought I'd put together a Kings Links post in case you missed anything Kings related this week.  Also, keep an eye on the website today as the 2015-16 NBA schedule is going to be released later this afternoon.  Rumor has it we open at home against the Clippers.

On to the links:

News 10: DeMarcus Cousins returns to Team USA, talks Kings & George Karl
Sean Cunningham caught up with Boogie in Vegas.  The big man was very candid on all manner of topics, but the most important note is that the rift between him and Coach Karl seems to be closing, or at least, getting better.

Sacramento Bee: DeMarcus Cousins aims to prove he belongs on team USA for Rio Olympics
Ailene Voisin takes a look at Cousins' continued improvement and his chances of representing the United States on the world's biggest stage next summer.

YouTube: Video highlights of DeMarcus Cousins' 91 point performance at a charity game
You might have heard that Boogie dropped a whopping 91 points in a charity game last weekend.  There's finally video proof.

CBS Sports: Willie Cauley-Stein's true potential unlocking every day, and it's scary
James Herbert with an in-depth piece on the newest Kings rookie, who has a very interesting personality and outlook on life and basketball.

SBNation: NBA rookies do NBA impersonations
Speaking of Willie Trill, he does a mean James Harden impersonation.

New York Times: Dreams of a Hip, High-Tech Sacramento Hinge on Kings' New Home Court
Sacramento got a feature story in the New York Times, largely based around the developments downtown and the construction of our new arena, which is set to open next year. Rally for Magnolia
Vandals broke in to Magnolia Intermediate School in Nevada County earlier this week and caused significant damage.  The Sacramento Kings foundation is collecting donations to help the school and will match each donation dollar for dollar. WANTED: New Game Night Opening Music
Because this is the last year at Sleep Train Arena, the Kings are trying to get fans even more involved.  Help out by submitting your suggestions for what you think the opening music of the game should be.