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Kings rally from 22 down to beat Hawks 108-107

Another late Sacramento comeback in the second half — a large chunk of which came with DeMarcus Cousins on the bench — left the three-time All-Star feeling pretty good about things.

Cousins just wishes the Kings would avoid falling into those early holes.

Darren Collison drove past Dennis Schroder and made a layup with 3.5 seconds remaining to cap a big second-half rally in the Kings' 108-107 win over the Atlanta Hawks on Friday night.

"Our fight and our heart is undeniable," Cousins said. "With that being said, we can't keep putting ourselves in that position. We have to make these games easier for ourselves."

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