Harrell totaled 24 points (9-14 FG, 6-10 FT), seven rebounds, three assists, two blocks and one steal across 20 minutes in Sunday's 122-109 loss to the Trail Blazers. The energetic third-year forward's efficiency was on another level Sunday, as he squeezed every ounce out of his 20 minutes on the floor. Harrell's spirited play helped ignite a couple of would-be comebacks on the part of the Clippers, but many of his teammates couldn't match his intensity or production. The 24-year-old continues to do the majority of his damage in the paint, which has helped lead to 11 straight games with at least 50.0 percent shooting. His aggressiveness also produced his most visits to the charity stripe since Jan. 17, a key factor in Harrell posting his third 20-point effort of March.
Harrell had 10 points (5-6 FG, 0-2 FT), and five rebounds in 13 minutes during Thursday's 101-96 loss to Houston. Harrell saw only 13 minutes of action Thursday but still managed to score in double-figures for the 11th consecutive game. He has flashed some upside throughout the season but remains an energy player off the bench. If DeAndre Jordan were to suffer an injury, Harrell could be a nice pickup, however, until then he is more of a points streamer than anything else.
Harrell poured in 13 points (4-5 FG, 5-6 FT) and added one rebound and one steal across 14 minutes in Saturday's 113-105 win over the Magic. Harrell's per-minute production was off the charts again, as he's now compiled 59 points across his last 65 minutes on the floor, a span encompassing the last three games. The 24-year-old did see a downturn on the boards, but his near-perfect shooting helps him maximize the majority of his attempts.
Harrell is now averaging 19.6 points (on 69.6 percent shooting), 4.8 rebounds and 1.2 assists across 22.0 minutes in his last five games after generating his third 20-point effort over that span in Friday's 116-102 win over the Cavaliers. The third-year forward added five rebounds and one block over 20 minutes versus Cleveland, extending what has been an impressive stretch of play. Harrell has posted eight consecutive double-digit scoring efforts overall and has been taking double-digit shot attempts with regularity, now having hit that usage mark in five of the last seven. He continues to be steady on the boards as well, making him one of the Clippers' pleasant second-unit surprises in the latter portion of the season. Given the infusion of offense he typically provides off the bench, Harrell's minutes appear to be a fairly safe proposition for the balance of the campaign.
Harrell posted 26 points (11-17 FG, 0-1 3Pt, 4-6 FT), eight rebounds, two assists and one steal across 31 minutes in Tuesday's 121-116 loss to the Pelicans. The one guarantee with Harrell is he'll put the ball up early and often when he's out there, and there's no better demonstration of that this season than Tuesday. Harrell's season-high number of shot attempts led to his best scoring total of the campaign, and his second 20-point-plus tally of the last four contests. The third-year forward's night could have potentially been even bigger had he not racked up five fouls, but nevertheless, Harrell has quickly become an excellent late-season add for those fortunate enough to still find him on their league's waiver wire.
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