DeMarcus Cousins is the NBA’s resident bad boy and hothead. The Sacramento Kings’ star’s attitude is costing him yet again as he was hit with another NBA fine, this one for $25,000, and a one-game suspension for a separate incident.
Following the Kings 109-106 overtime win over Golden State, Boogie was walking past a couple of rowdy Warriors’ fans and said “f–k Golden State” while holding his two middle fingers up.
The NBA announced that Cousins was fined $25K for the incident.
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It was also announced that he was suspended for one game without pay after receiving his 16th technical foul of the 2016-17 season.
Cousins received his most recent technical foul with :01.1 remaining in the fourth quarter of the Kings’ 112-107 loss to the Chicago Bulls at Golden 1 Center on Feb. 6. Cousins will serve his suspension tonight (Feb. 8) when the Kings host the Boston Celtics at Golden 1 Center.
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