Home sweet home! While they might not actually be home, at least NBA cousins Channing Frye and Tobias Harris are back together again. Harris was traded to the LA Clippers in the blockbuster deal that sent franchise cornerstone Blake Griffin to the Detroit Pistons a couple of days before this year’s trade deadline. Frye was dealt away right at the deadline, a trade in which the Cleveland Cavaliers surrendered Frye, Isaiah Thomas, and their 2018 first-round pick in exchange for Jordan Clarkson and Larry Nance Jr.

Both Frye and Harris were born in New York nine years apart. They had previously played together for the Orlando Magic from 2014 to 2016. Both were traded away midway through the 2015-16 season.

In a video courtesy of ClutchPoints’ Tomer Azarly, Harris speaks about reuniting with his cousin. While they may not be teammates, they play for the same city and in the same home arena.

“It’s cool. He’s my cousin, first cousin. We’re like staying at the same place right now, same hotel. So, we had lunch the other day, just catching up with him. He just had appendix taken out, so he’s been resting after that. You know, we’re back together a little bit. It’s always good to have some extra family.”

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Harris could not help but smile when speaking about their family reunion. Harris was then asked if they both caught up with one another when they were both in town:

“Of course, yeah. That’s family. Most of the time we are talking about basketball, talking about different things; family, stuff like that. But he knows the game well, when I first got traded here he called me and was basically telling me how he feels, like this situation could be really different.”

Frye and Harris played together for a few years in Orlando as members of the Magic, and although they play for rival teams, both stay in the same place in Los Angeles.