The Pelicans’ matchup against the Kings on Friday night pits DeMarcus Cousins against his former team for the first time since being traded from Sacramento, the franchise that drafted him fifth overall in 2010.
But more importantly than that juicy storyline, it’s another opportunity for New Orleans to come out, play hard and get a win. That’s the message Cousins playfully repeated like Cheap Jerseys From USA a Migos hook when reporters peppered him with questions Thursday about taking on his old employer.
Cousins had the entire pool of media types in stitches and grinned throughout the entire interview. Eventually, he shared his thoughts on lining up against the team he played for for nearly seven seasons.
Cousins’ interview brings to mind some of the greatest one-word or one-phrase interviews in sports history. Let’s take a trip down memory lane.
In 2003, following a Trail Blazers’ win in Game 4 of a first-round Cheap Jerseys In Canada playoffs series, Rasheed Wallace just wanted the media to know “both teams played hard.”
At the start of Texans training camp in 2014, former NFL running back Arian Foster was just focused on being the best teammate he could be, reiterating the point 11 times in a 90-second interview.
But nothing may ever be able to top former Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch during Super Bowl Media availability in 2015. He told the media, “Hey, I’m just here so I don’t get fined. So, y’all can sit here and ask me all the questions y’all want to. I’m gone answer with the same answer. So, y’all Cheap Jerseys Good Quality can shoot, if y’all Cheap Jerseys From China please.” And he proceeded to keep his word.