[Watch] DeMarcus Cousins Videobombs Seth Curry Interview to Jab Coach

DeMarcus Cousins, George Karl

[Watch] DeMarcus Cousins Videobombs Seth Curry Interview to Jab Coach

Yeah, Boogie still has zero chill on George Karl.

Published March 27, 2016

There's still no love lost between DeMarcus Cousins and his Sacramento Kings coach George Karl.

On Saturday, Karl controversially told Sactownroyalty.com that Kings guard Seth Curry, the younger brother of NBA MVP Stephen Curry, is "going to be around for a couple years." 

So, on Sunday, when Seth shot 4-of-7 for 14 points to help lead the Kings to a victory over the Dallas Mavericks, Cousins used the opportunity to blast his coach. Boogie videobombed Curry's postgame interview, using the moment to say, "You gon’ be in the league a long time, boy! Remember that. A long time."

The moment only goes to show that the All-Star center and his coach still don't see eye-to-eye since last summer, when it was rumored that Karl was looking to move Cousins in a trade and Boogie took to his Twitter account to post an emoji of a snake in the grass.

Although they briefly seemed to patch things up a couple of months laterBoogie reportedly cursed Karl out in November, early on in this 2015-16 NBA season.

Cousins taking offense to Karl's critique of his teammate only seems to have the star player and coach further worlds apart.

"I think Seth will be a combo guard, play both one and two. I think usually those guys, when I look at them, I see them probably trying to score a little bit too much and I think he probably should become more of a playmaking point as much as a scoring point," Karl told Sactownroyalty.com about Seth. "But he's going to be around for a couple years. He's definitely going to have a few more years of someone; I think we have him for one more year. I think he has a tenacity to him and a good basketball feel to him. Now he's just got to be confident and consistent."

Strange thing to be publicly put out there about a player on your team. 

With the Kings guaranteed to suffer another losing season, it will be intriguing to see how the team handles Cousins and Karl over the summer. As successful as Karl has been as a coach in the league, he's not connecting with Boogie at all.

That and Cousins is one of the best players in the league, averaging 27.1 points, 11.6 rebounds and 1.4 blocks per game this season at just 25 years old.

Uh...yeah...it's pretty clear how the Kings should handle this.

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Written by Mark Lelinwalla


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