DeMarcus Cousins didn’t just have beef with Kings teammate Francisco Garcia in the friendly game between NBA vets from the University of Kentucky and the Dominican Republic National team; he was also less than thrilled with the officiating. The Herald-Leader reports: “The Cat-mosphere hung thick in the air in Rupp Arena on Monday night as the John Calipari-coached Dominican Republic National Team beat a group of University of Kentucky NBA veterans 106-88. For the Dominicans, it was a tuneup for an Olympic qualifying tournament later in the summer. For the mostly blue-clad UK fans in attendance, it was important enough to lustily boo former villains playing for the Dominicans and scream objections to more than a few officiating decisions … Several of the former UK players endorsed the idea of repeating the experience annually in an alumni game. Wall, a native of Raleigh, N.C., noted that North Carolina plays such a game each off-season. DeMarcus Cousins, who continued his Rupp Arena habit of feeling persecuted by non-calls, said he’d like to participate in future games. ‘I’m down with it,’ he said before adding, ‘as long as we don’t have the same refs.'”