John Wall and DeMarcus Cousins are two of the best players in the NBA, yet their talents are currently wasted on struggling franchises that haven’t put many intriguing pieces next to them.

So how about a reunion? Both players, who spent a season together at the University of Kentucky, are up for the possibility.

“We talk about it all the time,” Wall Monday night, via The Washington Post, after his Wizards defeated Cousins and the Kings in overtime 101-95.

Cousins agreed the discussion has taken place. He even included Suns point guard Eric Bledsoe, another former Wildcat, and identified a team for them to all meet up on.

“They’re going to all come to Sac,” Cousins said. “Come to Sac! [Wall] wants me [in D.C.], Eric want us in Phoenix. You never know what will happen. It’s the NBA, so hopefully one day he’ll be in a Sacramento uniform.”

There is reason to believe Cousins may want out of Sacramento, but Wall doesn’t think that’s the case.

“Just trying to figure out what’s going to happen, you know what I mean?” Wall said. “[Cousins] loves where he’s at and I love where I’m at, so whatever we feel like gives us the best opportunity to win — I know what our [team] is here and what I want to do here. And it’s something I keep in my mind.”

The NBA is in an era of top talents joining up to try to win a championship together, so it would not be surprising to see these two (or three) link up at some point.