Harris (hip) is out for Friday's matchup against the Raptors. Harris continues to be sidelined with a strained right hip, and he has yet to appear in a bubble game. His next chance to do so will arrive in the postseason.
Harris (hip) will not play Wednesday against the Clippers, Mike Singer of the Denver Post reports. Wednesday is the Nuggets' second-to-last seeding game, meaning Harris will only have one more opportunity to get on the floor before the postseason begins. If he doesn't play Friday against Toronto, Harris could be limited once he's eventually cleared to play.
Harris (hip) is officially listed as out for Monday's contest against the Lakers, T.J. McBride of MileHighSports.com reports. As a result of Harris missing Monday's game against the Lakers, the guard will have to wait to make his first appearance on the floor in the bubble until at least Wednesday's contest with the Clippers. Considering Harris averaged 31.8 minutes per game during the regular season, the Nuggets would get a huge boost should the 25-year-old be ready to suit up before the playoffs begin.
Harris (hip) is out Saturday against the Jazz. Harris has yet to make an appearance in the bubble while dealing with a strained right hip. His next chance to play arrives Monday against the Lakers.
Harris (hip) is out Thursday against the Trail Blazers, Casey Holdahl of the Trail Blazers' official site reports. Harris will remain sidelined Thursday, with the next chance for him to make his bubble debut arriving Saturday against the Jazz. In his absence, Monte Morris, Torrey Craig and PJ Dozier should continue seeing expanded roles.
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