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Kings' DeMarcus Cousins says he's tired of 'kid' Devin Harris

Published March 23, 2012 12:44 pm

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Sacramento, Calif. — Video of Cousins' postgame interview

Kings forward DeMarcus Cousins and Jazz guard Devin Harris were involved in a tense moment early during the Utah's 103-102 victory on Thursday. Cousins attempted to save a loose ball and felt that Harris blocked his path. Cousins immediately got in Harris' face, who stood his ground and coldly stared at the Kings forward. Cousins quickly became heated while Harris kept staring — never backing down and barely moving. The two were soon separated.

Cousins on Harris: Yo, honestly I'm tired of the kid. And I mean, like really, I don't know what his issue is. I'm tired of the kid, honestly. I'm tired of him. I don't know what his issue is, but I can definitely solve it.

Harris on Cousins: It goes back to the last game. … He's trying to get in my head and I'm trying to get in his. I can't let anybody push me around.

The feud dates back to Feb. 28, when the Jazz fell 103-96 at Sacramento. Cousins was called for a technical foul in the game, after bumping into Harris during an inbounds play.Brian T. SmithTwitter: @tribjazz