Kings center DeMarcus Cousins scored 40 points Friday night.
Rajon Rondo notched a triple-double with 23 points, 14 assists and 10 rebounds.
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Both attended the University of Kentucky, making their performances against the Nets rather notable.
According to ELIAS Sports Bureau, Cousins and Rondo are the third pair of teammates in NBA history, who attended the same college, to achieve those feats during the same game.
The last duo to do it was UCLA alums Reggie Miller and Pooh Richardson for the Pacers in 1992-93.
Former Cincinnati Bearcats Connie Dierking and Oscar Robertson were the first to pull off the feat for the 1967-68 Cincinnati Royals.
Their performances helped the Kings beat the Nets 111-109 for their second straight win.
The 40-point effort was a season-high for Cousins, who missed four games while dealing with an Achilles strain.
Rondo has recorded a triple-double in three of the last four games.