Everything you need to know about the DeMarcus Cousins-Mike Dunleavy feud

Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

DeMarcus Cousins has a number of beefs. His beef with Mike Dunleavy might be the best.

On Monday night, after the Kings throttled the Bulls, DeMarcus Cousins had some words for Mike Dunleavy.

Oh. Wait, what?

Let's take it back to March 2013 ...

That's a video in which Dunleavy seems the undercut Cousins while jostling for position, causing Cousins' knees to knock. Only the next possession, Cousins not-so-suavely shakes an elbow at Dunleavy and gets ejected. What happened in between the collision and the elbow? Cousins explained that to the media:

"Actually, I was cool about it because I really didn't know if he did it on purpose. And that's what I asked him, I was like ‘Was that on purpose?' and his response was ‘What if it was? What you gon' do about it?'. And that's what, you know, kind of got me."

Cousins then picked up a tech for saying "I got you" to Dunleavy before he, well, got him.

Fast-forward to Monday. Dunleavy and Cousins bumped a few times and exchanged words. And Cousins dropped those insults post-game.

And now you are fully caught up on the DeMarcus Cousins-Mike Dunleavy beef.

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