Of course there’s a dog living in the wine cellar. This is, after all, the home of enigmatic Sacramento Kings center DeMarcus Cousins. Blake Griffin may not be welcome here, but all things unconventional and against the grain most certainly are. Not that there’s no normalcy to be found in the two-story, five-bedroom abode. Here in this quiet neighborhood a few miles away from his basketball home on the other side of Interstate 5, there’s the standard big-screen television and the obligatory PlayStation 3 that are staples in the home of any pro athlete these days. Pictures of his past hang in the hallway with framed magazine covers (Sports Illustrated among them) highlighting his exploits at Kentucky. In the living room, two large paintings of Cousins wearing home and road Kings uniforms are the centerpieces of adjacent walls.