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The Sacramento Kings are receiving national attention after pulling back T-shirts that were to commemorate the Lunar New Year. DeMarcus Cousins noted that the T-shirts, featuring a monkey, symbol for the Lunar New Year, were to be given out to fans on the first day of Black History Month. Cousins "saved the Kings from possibly a very embarrassing moment," says The Sacramento Bee's Jason Jones Hector Amezcua The Sacramento Bee
The Sacramento Kings are receiving national attention after pulling back T-shirts that were to commemorate the Lunar New Year. DeMarcus Cousins noted that the T-shirts, featuring a monkey, symbol for the Lunar New Year, were to be given out to fans on the first day of Black History Month. Cousins "saved the Kings from possibly a very embarrassing moment," says The Sacramento Bee's Jason Jones Hector Amezcua The Sacramento Bee
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Kings notes: Team removes T-shirts with monkey on them on first day of Black History Month

February 01, 2016 8:50 PM

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