If the Warriors became the "Super Villains" when Kevin Durant joined them in 2016, we need a new name with DeMarcus Cousins on the squad. 

Before he makes his highly anticipated Warriors debut -- set for Friday against the Clippers in Los Angeles -- Cousins is all in on the envy. 

"We're the most hated team in sports," Cousins said Wednesday to ESPN. "They hate Kevin, they hate me. They only guy they really like is Steph [Curry]. They may hate him as well. They hate Draymond [Green]. I mean, it is what it is. I can't worry about that." 

Cousins tore his Achilles tendon as a member of the Pelicans on Jan. 26, 2018, while in the midst of one of the best seasons of his career. Nearly one year later, the four-time All-Star is ready to prove he's still one of the top players in the NBA.

"I'm back, and I'm not looking back," Cousins said. "Looking forward, I'm leaving it out on the floor every night, and I plan on coming back for that top spot."

Coming off a 31-point thrashing of the Nuggets, the Warriors are ready to unleash Boogie, even if the news has to get in the way of Draymond's naps.