Harris will get the start in Saturday's game against Philadelphia. Harris will return to his usual starting role for the first game of the playoffs after missing the final game of the regular season with foot soreness. In 76 games this year, Harris' averaged 13.7 points, 3.8 rebounds and 2.4 assists in 30.2 minutes.
Harris (foot) isn't on the injury report ahead of Saturday's playoff game against the 76ers. Harris was ruled out for Wednesday's season finale, but it appears to have been precautionary, as he'll be ready to go for Brooklyn's first playoff game. The Virginia product averaged 14.4 points, 6.2 rebounds and 2.0 assists over his last five contests of the regular season.
Harris (foot) will be held out of Wednesday's game against the Heat, Brian Lewis of the New York Post reports. With a postseason spot in hand, the Nets will opt to rest Harris and not risk aggravating his sore foot. It's unclear who'll start in Harris' place, but both Spencer Dinwiddie and Caris LeVert are good candidates for increased run.
Harris is considered questionable for Wednesday's game against Miami due to right foot soreness, Brian Lewis of the New York Post reports. Harris is in jeopardy of missing Brooklyn's last regular-season matchup, although it's unknown as to when his foot soreness cropped up. The Nets could certainly use their starting guard's production Wednesday night as they attempt to hold on to the No. 6 seed in the Eastern Conference.
Harris totaled 19 points (7-11 FG, 4-7 3Pt, 1-2 FT), four rebounds, two assists and a steal across 30 minutes in the Nets' win over the Pacers on Sunday. Harris drained four triples on his way to a 19-point outing in Sunday's playoff-clinching win. He's been a surprising contributor to a young, up-and-coming Nets team, thanks to his sharpshooting from beyond the arc and adequate rebounding and passing.
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