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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 is particularly judgmental of the oft-maligned Kings forward.
According to the Sacramento Bee:
Cousins had some choice words for Kings TV play-by-play man Grant Napear as he left the court while the telecast was still live.
When asked if he wanted to comment on it, Cousins laughed.
“No,” Cousins said. “It’ll give him something to talk about tomorrow. Tune in.”
Napear hosts an afternoon sports talk radio show on the Kings’ flagship station, one in which Napear has been critical of Cousins.
Not going to make a mountain out of a mole hill with Cousins tonight. I wasn’t bothered by it. I’m just glad he listens to my
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