Harris recorded 23 points (8-14 FG, 2-4 3Pt, 5-5 FT), 13 rebounds, and two assists in 41 minutes during the Pistons' 100-98 loss to the Cavaliers on Sunday. Harris had his best game of the postseason in Game 4, but it wasn't enough to help Detroit avoid being swept. This was Harris' first playoff series, and he averaged 14.5 points (45.7 FG, 33.3 3Pt, 92.3 FT), 9.5 rebounds, and three assists in 39 minutes per contest. Though the team would have liked to steal at least one game, there are a lot of positives that the Pistons can take away from this experience.
Harris had 13 points (6-10 FG, 1-3 3Pt), seven rebounds, four assists, one steal, and one block in 42 minutes during the Pistons' 101-91 loss to the Cavaliers on Friday. Harris had a well-rounded game, but it wasn't enough to dethrone the Cavaliers, who took a commanding 3-0 series lead. Harris has struggled with his shot in the playoffs, averaging 11.7 points on 41 percent shooting to go with 8.3 rebounds, 3.3 assists, one block, and one steal in 38 minutes per contest. Everything besides his scoring has improved during the postseason, but Harris will likely need to put up more points if he hopes to help Detroit stay alive past Sunday's Game 4.
Harris and the rest of the Pistons' regular starting five will sit out of Wednesday's regular season finale against the Cavaliers With the Pistons locked into the eighth spot in the Eastern Conference, coach Stan Van Gundy will rest Jackson and the rest of his starters Wednesday in order to give them extra time off before Detroit begins its playoff series with Cleveland this weekend. Rookie Stanley Johnson or Reggie Bullock figure to pick up Harris' minutes Wednesday.
Harris scored 21 points (8-10 FG, 0-1 3Pt, 5-5 FT) with seven rebounds during 29 minutes in Tuesday's 107-89 loss to the Heat. It was the third time Harris scored 21 points in the past five games as the trade to Detroit continues to provide a boon for his fantasy owners. Over the same stretch of games, Harris has averaged an impressive 18.8 points to go along with 7.2 rebounds while shooting 52.7 percent from the field. This loss didn't help the Pistons, but that shouldn't affect their chances of landing the 8-seed in the East. Harris has been Detroit's most consistent scorer lately, so expect him to remain the No. 1 option down the stretch.
Harris finished with 21 points (9-17 FG, 1-3 3Pt, 2-2 FT), seven rebounds, four assists, two steals, and one block in 38 minutes during Saturday's win against the Bulls. That's another impressive outing for Harris, who has scored 20-plus points in two of his last four games. He's most productive when he's grabbing boards as well as scoring, but the fifth-year forward has been supplying plenty of both. You can count on him to be a staple in Detroit's offense.
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