MUST-SEE: DeMarcus Cousins responds to rumors with emoji snakes
He has had it with these trade-rumoring snakes on this trade-rumoring plane.
DeMarcus Cousins doesn't need a column in the player's tribune. He doesn't need to leak information to reporters. He doesn't need to post some long screed. He needs three emoji and a cloud of dust.
Responding to rumors that George Karl wants him out of Sacramento and that Vivek Ranadive and Vlade Divac refuse to trade him, and that Cousins' camp is pushing for a trade to LA, Cousins took to Twitter Monday night, and said simply and beautifully...
— DeMarcus Cousins (@boogiecousins) June 23, 2015
That is a Hall of Fame tweet right there. Honestly, he should be inducted tomorrow for that Tweet in a special session of the Hall of Fame committee. The only way it would be better is if there were a black mamba emoji.
Drop the mic, Boogie. Drop the mic.
Also, just so we're all on the same page, three different players who have all played for George Karl and received public criticism from him, have tweeted something regarding the line from Jay-Z's "The Blueprint 2," "When the grass is cut, the snakes will show."
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