DeMarcus Cousins apologizes to Sean Elliot for old incidentPosted by Inside Hoops
Here’s the Sacramento Bee reporting on Kings center DeMarcus Cousins:
In terms of maturity, Nov. 9, 2012 was one of the low points during DeMarcus Cousins’ NBA career.
Following a loss to the San Antonio Spurs, Cousins left the Kings locker room to confront former Spur and current television analyst Sean Elliott over comments he deemed as critical.
The NBA deemed that confrontation threatening and hostile and suspended Cousins for two games.
When the Spurs were in Sacramento this past Friday, Cousins approached Elliott before the game and apologized.
“What happened between me and Sean the other day was just me being man enough to admit that I was wrong,” Cousins said. “I wasn’t expecting it to get out. I was hoping it was going to be something between me and him.”