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A Pair of Profane Postgame Interviews by NBA Cats

(L to R) Photos by Philly Magazine and Slam.

(L to R) Photos by Philly Magazine and Slam.

(L to R) Photos by Philly Magazine and Slam.

Two former Kentucky stars garnered negative attention Friday night after profanity-filled postgame interviews.  One looks exponentially worse than the other.

Nerlens Noel’s postgame interview could actually be considered a “postgame interview.”  The Philadelphia 76er was disappointed following a game where he only played eight minutes.  His grievance is justifiable, and he kept his composure throughout, except for a few “s***.”

However, what DeMarcus Cousins did is hard to defend.

As the media entered the King’s locker room, Cousins confronted Sacramento Bee columnist Andy Furillo.  Furillo penned a column following Cousins’ night club incident with Matt Barnes.  That didn’t bother Boogie; what bothered Boogie is that his younger brother was also mentioned in the column.  Although it’s uncomfortable, you need to see the confrontation.

Cousins did not answer questions from the media until Furillo was removed from the locker room.

The executive editor of  The Sacramento Bee did not hold back in an editorial against Cousins‘ “grossly unprofessional behavior, and rightfully so.  Of all the things Cousins has done, this video is the first that I can not defend.

Article written by Nick Roush

"Look upon the doughnut, and not upon the hole." @RoushKSR

14 Comments for A Pair of Profane Postgame Interviews by NBA Cats

  1. jrdh13
    11:05 am December 17, 2016 Permalink

    i mean the language hes using is probably a little extra but at the end of they day hes right. say what you want about me but dont talk about my family

    • DelrayCat
      1:54 pm December 17, 2016 Permalink

      You people are crazy…in a bad way. Defending Cousins in this case is insane. He is not a good person, and consistently showed how he is an entitled low-life. READ the actual articles written. What in that first article warrants this action?? All the author did was point out how Demarcus got into another fight at a club in Tampa in which his little brother got tasered by cops. That’s it. I get the widespread hate Trump has instilled in most of you against the “liberal media” but in this case all they are doing is pointing out the obvious. Personally, I do not defend some of these guys after they leave UK after 1 year. They are not good representatives of UK’s program in my opinion.

  2. Souf beach Lou
    11:27 am December 17, 2016 Permalink

    While his behavior may not be the best representation of his true character, I support Cousins. You can tell from the beginning of the video when the report let’s out a little chuckle that the reporter is a troll and he was probably so pleased with himself that he elicited such a response that he went home and promptly rubbed one out. They deserve what they got

  3. runningunnin.454
    11:36 am December 17, 2016 Permalink

    I believe Boogie could really “bully” him if he wanted to.
    They should really watch what they write.

  4. ukhomie
    11:38 am December 17, 2016 Permalink

    I like Boogie, but he has to have things go his way. He is a trouble maker and instigator. The fact is, he was in the middle of an incident and so was his brother. The reporter job is to ask those tough questions. If you don’t want to answer those questions don’t put yourself in that position. Honestly i get tired of hearing about Boogie both the good and the bad.

    • Caliparty09
      11:43 am December 17, 2016 Permalink

      DeMarcus was never accused of anything in the Matt Barnes incident. In my opinion, any superstar who would be okay with the way things have gone down in Sacramento would be a loser. He should be annoyed and on edge when he puts up 27 and 12 and still can’t make the playoffs. He’s no worse than a Blake Griffin or a Chris Paul, but people don’t criticize those guys because they play for an organization that surrounded them with the tools to win.

  5. Caliparty09
    11:40 am December 17, 2016 Permalink

    Please. You can’t defend this one? Dude spoke on a man’s family from behind a keyboard and got checked for it in real life. That’s what we call keeping it 100.

  6. kyrupp8
    11:44 am December 17, 2016 Permalink

    Nick do you feel guilty UK has won so much? Like a Blue Privilege type thing?

  7. KYcats11
    11:44 am December 17, 2016 Permalink

    I’m with boogie.

  8. Megan
    12:10 pm December 17, 2016 Permalink

    Without seeing the video, which I don’t care to watch, the information given by Nick makes me sympathetic to DeMarcus’ situation. So I’m a little perplexed by Nick’s head shaking. Should DeMarcus welcome unnecessary smears against his family?

  9. BoogieDMC
    1:08 pm December 17, 2016 Permalink

    Nick, you look like the one I can’t defend. What was said or done that was that bad? You played football?

  10. winagain1
    2:45 pm December 17, 2016 Permalink

    It’s obvious he struggles with mental illness..I really would like to see him seek help for it, because deep inside there’s a good person in there.

  11. BigC72
    3:13 pm December 17, 2016 Permalink

    Calling Boogie a bad person let’s me amd everybody else know that you really don’t follow his career. He finished top10 in the NBA Community Assist Award. Just because someone is passionate about defending their family, does not make them a bad person.

  12. Luether
    9:57 pm December 17, 2016 Permalink

    This is nothing new – just Boogie being Boogie…