Sacramento Kings center DeMarcus Cousins is at again.
This time he's picking on a familiar foe.
Following Sacramento's thrashing of Chicago on Monday night, the immature Cousins renewed his rivalry with Bulls forward Mike Dunleavy.
“He’s a clown,” Cousins said after the contest via Cowbell Kingdom. “And he’s scared. I wouldn’t even waste my time if I ever saw him outside of the gym. He’s a clown.”
Dunleavy complained earlier in the game that Cousins tried to injure him on a hard foul.
This isn't the first time the two forwards have had beef. Last March, Cousins elbowed Dunleavy -- then a member of the Milwaukee Bucks -- in the back of the head and was tossed from the game. Cousins argued that he was undercut on the play and thought his elbow on Dunleavy was innocent.
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Cousins could play the victim card all he wants, but the numbers don't lie. Since being selected 5th overall in the 2010 NBA Draft, Cousins has ranked in the top-five in technical fouls each season. He had a league-high 17 technical fouls in 2012-13 and once again leads the NBA with an astounding 12 this campaign.
Despite averaging 22.6 points and 11.7 rebounds per game, Cousins was left off the Western Conference All-Star roster.