Sacramento Kings center DeMarcus Cousins is known for his unique postgame interviews, but following Tuesday's win over the Detroit Pistons, the All-Star flipped the script on the media when discussing his future with the team.

Following a CSN California report stating Cousins intends to sign a roughly $207 million contract extension in the off-season, the center was asked again if he wants to stay in Sacramento long-term.

"Yeah, I love Sacramento," Cousins said. "It's where I want to be."

Immediately following the initial question, Cousins jokingly asked reporters if they wanted him to stay while taking a microphone as he reversed roles.

Cousins later specifically asked Sacramento Bee reporter Andy Furillo, who was recently involved in a locker room altercation with the Kings' player.

"I would say for me, I would say no," Furillo said.

Cousins responded in a way only he could after asking reporters about their thoughts.

"Well, guess what people? I'm here," he said, laughing.