During the Clippers' 93-85 victory over the Kings last night, DeMarcus Cousins did some pushing and shoving to forward Blake Griffin in the game. In fact, at one point, the Sacramento center elbowed him.

Griffin would later tell the media that he didn't want to talk about it and let their differences handle each other on the court. Cousins then dissed him after the game.

"Of course that's what Blake is going to say because he's in L.A., where actors belong," Cousins said. "He's an actor, so of course he would say that."

Cousins struggled in the game, having only eight points and three rebounds. He was fouled out and was only able to play 18 minutes. Griffin, on the other hand, had 14 points and nine boards in 38 minutes with only three fouls.

"If they're going to let it be physical, it's usually physical on both ends," Cousins said. "You saw the game so I don't really have to say much."

Cousins fifth foul came when he hit Griffin, in which he thought he faked it.

"I guess the wind from my hand hit him in the eye and I guess he got fouled by the wind," Cousins said. "I'm not sure."

Looks like not only Griffin has created a rivalry with a fellow California team in the Lakers, but now there's a new one in Sacramento.

Up next? The Warriors.


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