Sport DeMarcus Cousins turns tables on reporters as he becomes one

11:10  11 january  2017
11:10  11 january  2017 Source:   Sporting News

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He is the reporter now. DeMarcus Cousins . (Getty Images). Good thing DeMarcus Cousins ' basketball career is working out, because we're not sure he 'd be a great reporter . With rumors about his status with the Kings continuing to swirl, Cousins reinforced Tuesday the idea he will be in Sacramento for the foreseeable future. MORE: The 12 big men who could be dealt this trade deadline.

The Sacramento Bee has gone live with a report accusing Sacramento Kings center DeMarcus Cousins of trying to “control the media” by intimidating columnist Andy Furillo. picture this: Cousins angrily jabbing a finger into Furillo’s face, shouting in a profane and threatening manner, because of a column The Bee published last weekend. Cousins then refused to talk to any reporters in the post-game interview while Furillo was in the room.

Good thing DeMarcus Cousins' basketball career is working out, because we're not sure he'd be a great reporter.

DeMarcus Cousins. © (Getty Images) DeMarcus Cousins.

With rumors about his status with the Kings continuing to swirl, Cousins reinforced Tuesday the idea he will be in Sacramento for the foreseeable future.

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Then, Cousins hijacked a microphone and started asking reporters the tough questions himself.

"Scoop" Cousins does kind of have a nice reporter ring to it.

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