[Guide] Cousins is in trouble again, but this time he is not on the field, but off the field.
The trouble this time was actually a misunderstanding, which was caused by Cousins’ words in his head. I hope he can pay attention to it in the future.
On December 5th, , in yesterday’s game between the Oklahoma City Thunder and the Sacramento Kings, the Kings star Marcus Cousins did not participate in the game due to an ankle injury.
When the reporter asked him when he could come back after the game, Cousins joked: “Maybe I won’t come back, I think my season has been reimbursed, and then I will shoot a comeback-themed advertisement.”
Afterwards, Cousins’ remarks were attacked by everyone, because his words were unconsciously associated with Bulls point guard Derrick Rose.
Because after Rose was reimbursed for the entire season with his first injury, he filmed a group of “comeback” commercials, but then was injured again and was reimbursed for the season.
Cousins’ words were obviously influenced by Rose’s ad, so it’s understandable for him to attack Rose when everyone changes clothes.
But Cousins’ original intention was just a ridicule and joke. We can only say that he didn’t pay attention to the occasion and environment.
Cousins and Rose still have a certain relationship. It can be said that they are brothers. They both played under the same coach in college, and this person is the famous NCAA coach John Calipari.
Although the relationship between the two is not particularly intimate, there is absolutely no contradiction at all, so when he was condemned by the outside world, Cousins immediately tweeted his thoughts.
“Let’s clarify this matter now! My words did not mean to attack D-Ross in any way! Stop trying to create a topic!!!”
It can be seen from Cousins’ tone that he is very dissatisfied with this, thinking that everyone is misinterpreting his meaning, thereby creating conflicts and topics.
But we have to say that Cousins, as the leader of the team and a public figure, cannot say what he wants. Maybe you think there is no malice, but it will cause unnecessary misunderstandings on some specific occasions.