Harris supplied 17 points (5-8 FG, 5-7 3Pt, 2-2 FT), three rebounds and one assist across 20 minutes in Friday's 128-120 win over the Pelicans. The veteran guard's point total led the bench and marked his third double-digit scoring effort of the last four games. Harris is shooting 56.0 percent (14-for-25) over that stretch, although Friday's game featured a particularly aggressive approach on his part from three-point range. The 14-year veteran remains capable of producing a double-digit scoring tally and offering serviceable rebounding and assists numbers on any given night, making him a viable option in deeper formats and as a low-cost DFS punt play.
Harris (illness) is taking part in pregame warmups and is expected to play Saturday against the Hawks, Eddie Sefko of The Dallas Morning News reports. Aside from Friday's game where he became ill mid-contest, Harris has averaged 20.3 minutes on the court so far in December.
Harris (illness) is questionable to play during Saturday's contest against the Hawks, Earl K. Sneed of the Mavericks' official site reports. Harris played just the first half of Friday's game after becoming ill. More updates on his status should emerge throughout the day. If he's held out, J.J. Barea and Yogi Ferrell would probably see extra run.
Harris is doubtful to return to Friday's game versus the Heat due to an illness, Eddie Sefko of The Dallas Morning News reports. Harris provided two points by making his only shot across a span of eight minutes during the first half, but will not return for the second. His status for Saturday's matchup against the Hawks is unknown at this time.
Harris had seven points (3-4 FG, 0-1 3Pt, 1-1 FT), three assists, one steal, and one block in 17 minutes during Wednesday's 110-93 win over the Pistons. Harris has been up and down as a reserve guard this year, failing to reach double figures in scoring in 14 of 26 appearances in 2017-18. Fellow backup J.J. Barea, who has been filling up box scores, isn't earning that much more time than Harris, but Barea's usage on offense is considerably higher. Barring a bunch of injuries, Harris might be the least useful point guard on the Mavericks' depth chart (behind Dennis Smith, Barea, and Yogi Ferrell).
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