Kings’ DeMarcus Cousins prepares sushi, discusses Sacramento’s season

DeMarcus Cousins prepares his own sushi.
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Sacramento’s DeMarcus Cousins went to Mikuni restaurant to make the "DMC" roll — sushi specially designed for (and in this case prepared by) Boogie.

When Bleacher Report’s Ric Bucher asked Cousins his typical move in the kitchen, the basketball star said it’s to just call his chef. So, as expected, watching the 6-foot-11 NBA All-Star carefully roll each individual piece of sushi was a unique experience.

The sushi chef spelled out "D-M-C" with sriracha sauce, as tradition at the restaurant. The lobster roll costs just $15 because Boogie wears No. 15 on the court.

As Cousins sat down with Bucher to sample his delicious creation, the two discussed various basketball topics as well.  

"I’m just passionate about what I do," said Cousins, in reference to people misinterpreting his anger issues on the court.

To watch Cousins make sushi and discusses his own development and growth, click here

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