Cousins still hasn't taken the floor for Golden State this season as he works his way back from a major Achilles injury.
On Thursday, Cousins admitted that he's "been ready" to return to the court.
Earlier this week, it was revealed that DeMarcus Cousins is set to make his season debut around next weekend.
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The Warriors are hoping Cousins can debut for the team when they face the Clippers on January 18, according to a report from Yahoo Sports.
DeMarcus Cousins has a date in mind for his return. He added that the team would be working on integrating Cousins into the offense.
The Golden State Warriors may not have had the start to the season that they envisioned, but their has always been one shoe that has yet to drop. In exchanging their bench depth for Cousins, the Warriors have upgraded their starters to an unparalleled level. Cousins tore his Achilles tendon in late January.
The Warriors are back in action Tuesday night as they host the New York Knicks at Oracle Arena. There, a healthy Cousins can alleviate pressure on Steph Curry, Klay Thompson and Kevin Durant offensively, and give the Warriors a true big, allowing Draymond to roam from the post to perimeter defensively. He's such a handful down there, and with his ability to play-make.
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