For DeMarcus Cousins, only he can explain what happened on a play late in the third quarter on Tuesday night.
As Golden State was inbounding the ball leading 83-66 with 3:58 to go in the third, Cousins, hands on knees didn't move as Stephen Curry inbounded the ball to Cousins' man, Marreese Speights, who went up for an alley-oop slam dunk.
Whether it's confusion, frustration, distraction, a mental lapse or a combination of all or none of the above, it's not a good look.
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The play is also a contradiction to Cousins' production as the Kentucky product recorded his 29th double-double of the season, scoring 26 points and collecting 11 rebounds in Sacramento's 121-96 loss to the Warriors at Sleep Train Arena.
Cousins is gaining the respect that he desires after being added to the Western Conference's All-Star team roster last week and the frustration is understandable as the Kings have now lost nine of their last ten games.
However, plays like this cannot be condoned by the Kings coaching staff.