A lot of players don’t like Los Angeles Clippers, but no ones hate tops that of Demarcus Cousins. He lets it be known each time the Clippers and Sacramento Kings take the floor.
This time J.J. Redick was the victim.
After a hard foul (shown in the photo above) from Cousins that eventually sidelined Redick for the second half of the game, Redick attempted to shake Cousins hand to show that he didn’t take the foul personal. And well..
As well all remember, this isn’t the first time Cousins has shunned the attempted hand shakes of Los Angeles Clippers players. Him pulling away Isaiah Thomas as he attempted to shake Chris Paul‘s hands post-game was just a few games ago:
Some call it immature, but that has more to do with the reputation that proceeds Demarcus Cousins rather than the acts committed. In a league that many refer to as “soft” this is a old-school you’ll likely get from an NBA player.
Besides, friendly handshakes are unnecessary especially after a loss.