It took longer than a lot of people expected, but you can bet Isaiah Cousins was all smiles when he heard his name called late in the second round of the NBA Draft after being drafted by the Kings. No, him and Buddy Hield didn't become the first pair of Sooner guards to get selected in the first round, but having two players go in a two round draft is nothing to scoff at.
Isaiah Cousins averaged 12.6 points per game, 4.5 rebounds, and 4.5 assists his senior season at Oklahoma, where he switched to point guard for his final year in Norman. With the Kings, he gets a chance to play with point guard Rajon Rondo, so he'll likely still play some shooting guard in his time in Sacramento.
The Kings won 33 games last season and will chase the playoffs once again this year. Especially with their deep backcourt of Darren Collison, Rondo, Marco Benenelli, Ben McLemore, and now Cousins. Not to mention Demarcus Cousins, their all star center.
Cousins has great ball handling skills and can knock down threes pretty efficiently. His development on defense in the NBA could determine whether he's a starter or going to struggle to find a team in a couple years.