Found November 27, 2012 on
Larry Brown Sports:
DeMarcus Cousins was ejected in the third quarter of the Sacramento Kingsâ€™ loss to the Utah Jazz on Saturday night, but the center insists he was not at fault. After he was called for a foul on Utahâ€™s Enes Kanter that he disagreed with, Cousins earned his first technical of the night by slapping the ball out of Kanterâ€™s hands. The second technical came when he disagreed with a call and appeared to say something to referee Gary Zielinski, earning himself an ejection.
However, Cousins insisted on Monday that he â€śdidnâ€™t say a wordâ€ť to Zielinski and it was actually the official who swore at him.
â€śThe referee cursed at me,â€ť the 22-year-old told The Sacramento Bee. â€śHe told me to go (expletive) ask the other referee (about the first technical foul). I was going to say something back, kept my cool and walked away and still end up with a technical. So I still donâ€™t understand.â€ť
In fact, after watching the replay Cousins says he came to the conclusion that the ref Tâ€™ed him up simply because of
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