I hate to beat a dead horse, but until either Tyreke or JJ can hit an outside shot, its going to remain ugly, and tough on Cousins. Yeah, Tyreke can drive into the lane with the idea of dishing, but he's going to be met by his own defender, the player defending Cousins, and the player defending JJ. Just watch the games. When they're in a half court set, they're not guarding Tyeke or JJ. Both defenders are cheating toward the post daring either Tyreke or JJ to shoot the ball from out there.
Tyreke is capable of taking anyone off the dribble, but his man has to be up guarding him for him to do that. when he's playing 5 to 6 feet off of Tyreke, its damm hard to get past him and if Tyreke does, he's usually met by another defender. The Kings are susposed to be playing a motion offense. The whole idea of a motion offense is less dribbling and more passing. So you spread the floor and keep the ball moving, and when the ball isn't in your hands, your susposed to be moving. The idea is, that sooner or later you'll get someone open for a clean shot. What good does that do, if the players they keep leaving open are Tyreke and JJ.
As I said, you can get by with one player on the floor that can't shoot, but not two. Thats why it was imperative that Tyreke show up with a jumpshot this season. So far, he hasn't!