Jimmy Butler is loving life with Team USA right now after a tough season for the Chicago Bulls, but a good one for him personally as he earned All-Star honours for the second time in his career.
His output has been minimal in the four exhibition games that have seen the United States steamroll Argentina, China and Venezuela, but being in a winning environment and around the best players in the league has been an enjoyable experience thus far for the shooting guard.
It's often said that playing for your country is the time when friendships really blossom - LeBron James and Carmelo Anthony built up a strong bond in the past that still lasts to this day - but it appears it will take some time for Butler's international teammates to get used to his song selection.
Sacramento Kings center DeMarcus Cousins was riding in the passenger seat of Butler's car last night with the team currently in the shooting guard's backyard of Chicago. The big man posted a video on Instagram of the Bulls player signing along to the country song H.O.L.Y. by Florida Georgia Line, and it's fair to say Boogie wasn't very impressed.
Originating from Houston, Texas, Butler has long been a fan of country music, but it doesn't seem Cousins shares his taste, his face during the short clip says all you need to know about his opinion.
Something tells us the Chicago player doesn't get to choose the music in the Team USA locker room.