Found March 21, 2013 on
So by my count approximately nine days elapsed since DeMarcus Cousins had his last incident. That improvement right?
According to Bleacher Report, the Sacramento Kings volatile power forward had an unpleasant encounter with Kings broadcaster Grant Napear, following an impressive victory over the Los Angeles Clippers on Tuesday night.
Apparently, Napear, has been known to criticize Cousins on his radio show and it’s well known that the former University of Kentucky player, is incredibly sensitive. Check the video of Cousins confronting Napear here.
After the game Cousins, reporters asked Cousins about what he had to say to the Kings broadcaster and he tried to downplay it:
Napear, went to his twitter account to address the whole situation.
For those of you asking..DMC said hey Grant you’ll have something good to talk about on your show tomorrow!I said thanks for listening
— Grant Napear(@GrantNapearshow) March 20, 2013
Cousins is doing himself a disservice. Here’s a guy with such incredible talent but all he’s known for in his career, is acting like a complete blockhead.
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DeMarcus Cousins spewed a couple of “choice words” as he approached and banged the table where the Kings TV play-by-play man, Grant Napear, was still telecasting live after the Kings win over the Clippers on Tuesday night. When asked about what was said, Cousins laughed it off, but judging by Napear’s tweet, he probably isn’t a fan of the afternoon radio show where Napear...
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Sac Kings forward DeMarcus Cousins can be rather, how should the HQ say this, "emotionally involved" with his on-court play. But when Kings play-by-play guy and Sacramento sports talk show host Grant Napear may have said some disparaging things on his show... Cousins remembered...
And finally got his opportunity the other night to respond...
Kings center DeMarcus Cousins is now taking his infamous volatility to the team's broadcasters. After Tuesday night's home victory over the Clippers, Cousins ran over to the announce table and appeared to say something to Kings play by play man Grant Napear, pounding his fist on the desk. (Via Sactown Royalty)
Cousins' issues with Napear apparently stems...
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The rule change hasn’t stopped league golden boy Chris...
After the NBA instituted the anti-flopping rules and fine system, it seems that players have been less likely to flop than in the past.During Tuesday night's Clippers/Kings game, Los Angeles guard Chris Paul did his best acting job to try and get an offensive foul called on Sacramento center DeMarcus Cousins.As Cousins was heading back up the court after a Clippers miss, Paul...
Isaiah Thomas had 24 points and six assists, Tyreke Evans scored 11 of his 21 points in the fourth quarter Thursday night and the Sacramento Kings earned their third straight home win, holding off the slumping Minnesota Timberwolves 101-98.
The Kings are 6-5 over the last three weeks and their 19 home wins are the most over the previous three seasons.
Nikola Pekovic had 18 points...
SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — Isaiah Thomas had 24 points and six assists, Tyreke Evans scored 11 of his 21 points in the fourth quarter Thursday night and the Sacramento Kings earned their third straight home win, holding off the slumping Minnesota Timberwolves 101-98., http://juicedsportsblog.com/sports-news/news/thomas-leads-kings-over-timberwolves-10198-yahoo-sports
While an offensive surge has made the Sacramento Kings competitive lately, their defense keyed perhaps their best win of the season their last time out.
The Kings will try to carry their momentum to Thursday night when they host the Minnesota Timberwolves, who haven't won on the road in more than five weeks.
Sacramento (24-44) has averaged 113.1 points - 13.4 above its season...
This Chris Paul flop against the Kings’ DeMarcus Cousins has hit the airwaves Wednesday morning, causing a frenzy:
In what seems to be a ridiculous move by CP3 during the third quarter of Tuesday night’s loss to the Kings, it is actually somewhat justified. In these close-up frames (courtesy of Reddit), it can be seen that Cousins is actually stepping on the foot of Paul causing...