A lot of incredible athletes participated in the Opening Ceremony of the 2016 Rio Olympics. Not many, however, are as popular as the United States men's basketball team. Being famous athletes, they are popular targets for other players wanting to take photos -- it's actually part of why they spend the time at the Olympics on a cruise ship and not staying in the Olympic village.
DeMarcus Cousins doesn't seem bothered by the photo requests. Instead, he's taking each one to break out some great poses and make some memories. Like when he opted for this look with the U.S. men's volleyball team.
Or when he broke out this pose on U.S. beach volleyball player Lauren Fendrick's Snapchat.
Kevin Durant has no idea what is going on. DeAndre Jordan and Paul George weren't quite able to get into full pose. Boogie? No problem, he's ready for your photos.
Not even the distractions of walking out during the Parade of Nations could throw him off his game. He was walking along then spotted DeMar DeRozan taking video or a photo. Cousins was quick to jump in.
And here he is appearing out of no where to get in on the shot.
DeMarcus Cousins forever.