On the night DeMarcus Cousins gets honored with his own bobblehead at Oracle Arena, Boogie continued to make strides rehabbing with the G League Warriors 70 miles down the road.
In his second practice in three days with the Santa Cruz Warriors, Cousins threw down a one-handed dunk that will surely make Dubs fans, and Boogie himself, excited about what's to come.
"It felt good," Cousins said, per Logan Murdock of the Mercury News. "It's all coming back for me, slowly but surely. But it felt good to get up and dunk a little bit."
Cousins went through another round of intense 5-on-5 scrimmages and experienced no setbacks, other than expected fatigue.
"Legs are heavy," Cousins said. "It's been a high-intense week for me. A lot of cardio, legs are extremely fatigued. I'm just trying to whip back into shape, get my body back into shape. It was another productive day for me."
Throw down a dunk in Santa Cruz, get your own bobblehead in Oakland. Pretty full day for Boogie.