Rockets guard Jason Terry got into an altercation with a fan during the third quarter of tonight’s game against the Sacramento Kings. Terry’s momentum carried him into the crowd after attempting to defend a Ben McLemore dunk, and he put his hands out to brace himself. The fan he touched in doing so, who turns out to have been DeMarcus Cousins’s manager, tried to slap Terry’s hand away. He was ejected.

According to multiple Kings bloggers, the manager is Andrew Rogers, who was the team manager for Kentucky when Cousins was in college. At one point at least Rogers lived with Cousins in Sacramento, and had a profile written about him.

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