As a committed member of the Kings with a stated love for Sacramento, DeMarcus understandably has no desire to talk at length about the prospect of some day playing for the Mavericks _ and in the same organization as his brother. But when I asked DeMarcus if he believes Jaleel is in a good situation, his answer sounded like good news for fans who like the idea of the Mavericks acquiring DeMarcus. “Absolutely,” DeMarcus said. “It’s the Mavericks. It’s one of the best franchises in the league. Cuban’s a great guy. Rick’s a great guy. He’s under some good people. I’m confident in the franchise and I’m confident in his abilities, as well. I think it’s a good situation for him.”
Bogut started legitimizing the Pizzagate scandal a bit on his Twitter account last month with some tweets. Then, this week after a man traveled up from North Carolina to confront the staff of the pizza restaurant with a gun, a user on Twitter asked the NBA player if he had been spreading the Pizzagate rumors around. According to the screenshots, Bogut replied: “yep cause pics on their own social media accounts were perfectly normal.” He then was asked if he knew the dangers of “batshit crazy conspiracy theories being elevated as fact” (you know as seen when a person comes storming into a small business with a gun because he believed a fake news story) and Bogut responded with an Instagram picture of a child with her hands taped to the tables at what is supposed to be the pizza place. Bogut deleted those tweets, but he still hasn’t deleted ones he posted in November which also gave credit to the theory – which again, is fake.