VIDEO: Remembering When Anthony Davis & DeMarcus Cousins Were Scared Silly by a Haunted House

By michael obermuller
Anthony Davis and DeMarcus Cousins screaming their way through a Louisiana haunted house.
Anthony Davis and DeMarcus Cousins screaming their way through a Louisiana haunted house. / Streamable/ova77l

When anybody is as big and tall as NBA stars Anthony Davis or DeMarcus Cousins, it's hard to imagine that they feel the same level of fear as everybody else in something as commonplace as a haunted house, but they do.

That was fun to watch! Davis reminds me of Shaggy's character from the classic episodes of Scooby-Doo as he repeatedly clutches his former teammates' shoulders for protection. Ironically, he's the one that seemingly suggested the whole idea.

Cousins holds it together a little better than A.D., but the entire squad of NBA stars is sent running for their lives as the chainsaw-wielding character attacks!

All jokes aside, it's nice to see this human side of our NBA idols, or athletes in general. Davis and his teammates look just like any one of us would look venturing through this haunted excursion. I mean, some of these actors are creepy on video, so I'm sure they would scare the best of us in a dark corridor.

At the end of the day, major points go out to A.D. and the New Orleans Pelicans for posting this. For any kid out there that's ever been scared, now you know Anthony Davis and DeMarcus Cousins get scared sometimes too, and there's nothing wrong with that.

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