DeMarcus Cousins is going in a different direction.
The former Warriors big man is changing agents in the middle of free agency, Marc Stein of The New York Times reported Wednesday morning.
The former All-Star center DeMarcus Cousins, in his search for a new home in free agency after spending last season with the Warriors, has changed representation ... enlisting the influential agent Jeff Schwartz of Excel Sports— Marc Stein (@TheSteinLine) July 3, 2019
Cousins clearly is frustrated with the fact that he hasn't signed a new contract yet.
As ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski said on Tuesday morning:
"His market has been really thin. His hope had been that teams who had significant salary cap space -- who missed out on their No. 1 priority, their No. 2 priority -- might turn to him even on a one-year deal.
"And he'd be able to get a $12 [million], $15 [million] $18 [million], $20 million annual deal. That money simply isn't out there for Boogie Cousins. And certainly it looks like he'll be back on a one-year deal somewhere and probably even below the mid-level exception."
The Warriors reportedly agreed to terms with former Kings center Willie Cauley-Stein on Tuesday, making it even more unlikely for Boogie to return to the Dubs.
This story will be updated.