DeMarcus Cousins’ manager ejected after slapping Jason Terry’s arm

5 Comments

DeMarcus Cousins had a big night Tuesday night. With Drake looking on from courtside the Kings’ center scored 26 points and grabbed 12 boards leading the Kings to a 107-97 win over Houston.

Cousins’ manager Andrew Rogers didn’t have as good a night — he was ejected.

It happened because of a third-quarter play, reports the Associated Press. Sacramento’s Ben McLemore had a steal and was racing out for a breakaway dunk, and the Rockets’ Jason Terry was trying to run him down. As McLemore scored, Terry tried to slow himself down and put out his arms as he sped toward the fans in the first row under the basket. Rogers reaches out and in the video above you can see him slap at Terry’s arm. That caused Terry to turn around and words were exchanged.

When it was all done Rogers was removed from his front row and thrown out of the building, according to multiple reports from the game.

If you’re someone around the Kings’ right now, try not to add to the controversies for a while. Please. This is all getting a bit ridiculous.