Boogie ends the 2010 vs 2012 debate

07/17/2014 02:01 PM

On his podcast, Grantland’s Bill Simmons sat down with DeMarcus Cousins to discuss everything from his time at Kentucky to his rise up the ranks in the NBA.

It only took Big Cuz a few minutes to start warming up, and after revealing his enmity toward Chris Paul, the Sacramento Kings star center put to rest any debate on who would win between the 2010 Kentucky team and the 2012 National Champs.

The 2010 elite-eight team didn’t win it all but was loaded with talented guys like DeMarcus, John Wall, Eric Bledsoe, Patrick Patterson, and a young Darius Miller (and KSTV’s Mark Krebs). The 2012 team — Anthony Davis, Michael Kidd-Gilchrist, Marquis Teague, and an old Darius Miller — did, in fact, win it all… but which team would win head-to-head? The world may never know, but the debate has been a good one. That is, until DeMarcus put an end to it on Simmons’ podcast.

About Mark Krebs

Mark Krebs graduated cum laude from the University of Kentucky in 2010 with a Bachelor's Degree in Business Management and was a three-year letterman in basketball. He proved himself to three different coaches (Smith, Gillispie, and Calipari) in his four years with the Cats and eventually earned a scholarship after three years of being a walk-on. Mark is currently splitting time between his book tour for Beyond a Dream and starring as part-time co-host on KSTV.


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