DeMarcus Cousins on manager’s ejection: ‘I’ve got some ride or dies’

DeMarcus Cousins says he has some 'ride or die' friends.
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DeMarcus Cousins had 26 points and 12 rebounds as the Kings won their third consecutive game. Boogie’s manager, however, didn’t last the entire match.

During the third quarter, Cousins’ manager Andrew Rogers was ejected after slapping at Houston’s Jason Terry. While Terry put his hand out, Rogers reached out and made contact with Terry’s arm. Rogers was ejected from the game, where he sat baseline. Later, another fan — assumed to be with Rogers’ at the game, was also ejected.

When The Sacramento Bee asked Cousins for a reaction, he had an awesomely nonchalant response.

"It just shows I’ve got some ride or dies," said Cousins.

You can almost hear Boogie’s shoulders sliding up for a massive, NBA-sized shrug. 

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