DeMarcus Cousins had some words with Randy Brown after loss to Bulls

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DeMarcus Cousins could not have left any more on the floor last night. Hobbled with an injured ankle, the Kings center had 30 points, 11 rebounds, four assists, three steals and two blocks in a 107-102 loss to the Bulls.

To make matters worse, Cousins suffered another leg injury during the third quarter, but stayed in the game and gave Bulls center Pau Gasol all he could handle.

After 37 minutes of exhaustive play, one would think Cousins couldn’t wait to hit the shower as soon as the final buzzer sounded … but “Boogie” had more.

As the teams were leaving the floor, Cousins tracked down Bulls assistant coach Randy Brown and gave him an earful. Gasol and a few others made sure peace was kept.

not sure what happened here pic.twitter.com/13z9numVXF — James Herbert (@outsidethenba) February 4, 2016

Wonder if Brown was showing Cousins his three championship rings?

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