Watch: DeMarcus Cousins can't believe Kevin Durant joined the Warriors

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DeMarcus Cousins is a man who you can always tell what he is thinking.

The Sacramento Kings franchise player is well-known for showing his emotions on the court. More often than not, it is his famous temper, but during the Olympic Games, the public saw a lighter, funnier side of the center.

The 26-year-old played last night as the Kings fell to the Golden State Warriors 96-105.

Cousins scored 20 points during the outing, but his fellow gold medallist and new Warrior Kevin Durant led the game with 25 points.

After the game, 'sherwoodstrauss' posted a video on Instagram showing Cousins looking on as his Olympic teammate gave an interview to a horde of reporters.

Although at first Cousins appears engrossed in what KD is saying, he eventually walks away smiling and shaking his head.

It's not hard to work out what Boogie is thinking. Kevin Durant is playing for the Golden State Warriors!

As if a team that won a record-setting 73 games last season needed any more firepower, adding KD to their ranks has given them, arguably, the greatest starting five ever assembled.

Cousins is a superstar in his own right and only three players - one of which was Durant - scored more points a night than him last term.

He better get used to the sight of KD in a Warriors jersey, though. The Kings will have to play their Pacific Division rivals four times during the 2016-17 campaign.

Stephen Curry
Golden State Warriors
Pacific Division
Western Conference
Klay Thompson
Sacramento Kings
DeMarcus Cousins
Kevin Durant
Oklahoma City Thunder
Northwest Division

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