Found March 11, 2013 on
At what point does DeMarcus Cousins stop acting like a petulant child?
While guys like Greg Oden and Brandon Roy have had their careers interrupted by devastating injuries and would do almost anything to play a game they cherish, Cousins has been taking the privilege of playing in the NBA for granted.
On Sunday night in a game between the Sacramento Kings and the Milwaukee Bucks, the former University of Kentucky player had yet another moment of mindless behavior when he got ejected for elbowing Bucks forward Mike Dunleavy Jr. after Cousins didn’t take too kindly to a collison they had earlier in the game. I feel sorry for the Sacramento Kings.
Check the incident out here:
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Oh, DeMarcus Cousins. This *will* result in a suspension; check out how DeMarcus Cousins elbows Mike Dunleavy in the back of the head after being upset from a previous play, in which Dunleavy and Cousins get tangled up and both are issued with double technicals during the Sacramento Kings - Milwaukee Bucks game Sunday night. Of course, [...]The post DeMarcus Cousins Elbows Mike...
DeMarcus Cousins earned his league-leading fourth ejection of the season during the Kings’ 115-113 loss to the Milwaukee Bucks Sunday night. DeMarcus Cousins and Mike Dunleavy Jr. got into it after their knees inadvertantly connected fighting for rebounding position on a Marcus Thornton drive. Cousins took it personal letting Dunleavy know and the two were assessed double technicals...
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