Kings center DeMarcus Cousins addresses the media following the Kings' 103-102 loss to the Utah Jazz at Power Balance Pavilion.
There is apparently no love lost between DeMarcus Cousins and Devin Harris.
Cousins and the Utah Jazz guard had to be separated from jawing at each other leading into a timeout in the first quarter of the Jazz's 103-102 win over the Kings at Power Balance Pavilion on Thursday night.
This is what Cousins had to say about the incident after the game:
"Honestly I'm tired of the kid. I don't know, like really I don't know what his issue is. I'm tired of the kid, honestly. I'm tired of him."
Cousins was then asked about the source of the friction between the two players.
"I don't know what his issue is," Cousins said. "But I can definitely solve it."
Cousins finished with 22 points and 18 rebounds on 9-of-28 shooting in the game.
He said his leaving position to contest Harris's runner on the Jazz's last play of the game probably allowed Al Jefferson an open offensive rebound and put-back attempt.