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DeMarcus Cousins needs help after ref eruption

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Sacramento Kings center DeMarcus Cousins went crazy last night with an epic rant towards an official that cost his side in their NBA match-up with Houston.

The Rockets won the game comfortably 129-103 in the end, and Cousins can feel partly responsible after he was ejected from the game for his second technical foul.

Cousins was called for the foul in the third quarter at which point the game was already virtually blown out, with the Kings losing 73-54. 

Dwight Howard became the victim of the foul that was called on Cousins, after the Kings' man tried to disrupt a Howard dunk attempt. 

Replays seemed to show Cousins didn't even make contact with Howard, and as a result the Sacramento player went crazy with madness, aiming most of his frustrations directly at the referee. 

This was a poor move by Cousins who compounded an already dire situation for the Kings with pure unprofessionalism. 

See above for the video of Cousins losing his temper.

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