Over his first five NBA seasons combined, DeMarcus Cousins attempted 69 3-pointers.
He made 11 of them.
In 2015-16, Cousins went 70-for-210 from distance -- 33.3 percent.
In 2016-17, He made 131 of his 363 attempts -- 36.3 percent.
Last season, he shot over 35 percent from deep (104-for-294).
Cousins is a beast in the paint, but the 3-point shot has definitely become a part of his game.
At Cousins' introductory press conference on Thursday, Warriors GM Bob Myers discussed what the four-time All-Star brings to the Warriors.
He also shared a funny story from July 2 -- the day that Cousins to Golden State became a reality.
“It’s a different dimension. It’s not something we’ve ever had, as far as a low post threat, since I’ve been here ... prior to him talking to Steve (Kerr), we had been talking, and Steve said, ‘I want him on the block, we haven’t had that threat, we can give him the ball, we can play off of him.’
"And he said ‘not out on the perimeter.’ And so Steve was about to get on the phone with Demarcus and I said, ‘Don’t tell him that he can’t shoot any 3s. If you let Draymond shoot 3s, you gotta let Demarcus shoot 3s.’ So steve said ‘Maybe one or two.’"
As we all know, Kerr and Draymond have their history when it comes to the 2017 Defensive Player of the Year shooting 3-pointers.
You may remember Kerr's mother saying during the NBA Finals: “I’m no basketball aficionado, but Draymond shouldn’t be taking those three-pointers.”
But back to Cousins.
Clearly, Kerr envisions the big man posting up and causing havoc on the block.
So naturally, it's likely that there will be a moment (or two) during the season when Cousins jacks up some triples and Kerr gets frustrated.
Get your popcorn ready!
Drew Shiller is the co-host of Warriors Outsiders. Follow him on Twitter @DrewShiller