Harris (hip) is expected to miss 3-to-4 weeks, Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN reports. It sounds like the earliest Harris can suit up again will be early January. He has already missed the Nuggets' previous two games. Torrey Craig will presumably continue starting for him in his absence, while Malik Beasley should also see an increased workload.
Updating a previous report, Harris (hip) is expected to miss 3-to-4 weeks while rehabbing his strained right hip, Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN reports. The Nuggets initially stated only that Harris would be evaluated on a week-to-week basis, but Wojnarowski's report offers a firmer timetable. Expect Harris to miss the rest of December, with the hope that he can be back in the lineup shortly after the turn of the calendar. Malik Beasley, Torrey Craig and Monte Morris could each continue to pick up increased minutes in Harris' place.
Harris (hip) will be evaluated on a week-to-week basis going forward. Harris is still dealing with a strained right hip, which has kept him out of each of the last two games. The Nuggets hope to have him back in the mix sometime in December, but at this point it's unclear when, exactly, the shooting guard will be cleared to return. For now, it's safe to rule him out of Saturday's game in Atlanta.
Harris (hip) is out Friday against the Hornets. A right hip strain will sideline Harris for a second straight game. Torrey Craig drew the start in his place Wednesday and is a strong candidate to do so again Friday. That said, the biggest beneficiary of Harris' three absences this season has been Jamal Murray, who posts 9.4 more fantasy points per game under that condition.
The MRI that Harris underwent Tuesday revealed that he was dealing with a right hip injury, Chris Dempsey of the Nuggets' official site. Harris has been ruled out for Wednesday's game against the Magic and will continue to receive further evaluation from Denver's medical staff. Coach Mike Malone had suggested after Monday's game against the Raptors that Harris had exited with a groin injury, but the source of the shooting guard's discomfort has now been officially identified. Dempsey's report doesn't provide many specifics regarding the severity of the issue, but it seems likely that Harris will miss time beyond Wednesday. Torrey Craig or Malik Beasley are the most likely candidates to enter the starting five Wednesday in Harris' stead.
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