Throughout the duration of the season, Isaiah Cousins cemented himself as a key component in the Oklahoma Sooners starting lineup. Handling point guard responsibilities as a senior, Cousins averaged 33.4 minutes each game while adding 12.4 points and shooting 41% from distance. As a stat stuffer, the guard excelled in drive and dish situations behind excellent footwork and the ability to create inside the arc.
On the other side of the court, Cousins proved to be a tough and physical defender. However, after the NBA Combine, it's clear the point guard continues to learn the nuances of the position. Will a franchise take Cousins, a projected second round pick, as a versatile backup guard?
There appears to be some interest.
On June 2nd, the former Sooner is set to participate in a Pre-Draft workout with the Atlanta Hawks according to Adam Zagoria, the hoops insider of SNY. The opportunity comes after securing meetings with the Phoenix Suns and Toronto Raptors.