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Nov 14, 2021 14 3 3 1
Nov 12, 2021 37 24 2 0
Nov 10, 2021 26 9 3 0
Nov 8, 2021 34 9 5 2
Nov 7, 2021 32 11 4 2

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2021 23516.8 30.2 11.3 1.0 4.0 0.1 0.5
2020 148021.4 31.0 14.1 1.9 3.6 0.2 0.7
2019 153822.3 30.8 14.5 2.1 4.3 0.3 0.6
3y Avg. 149421.7 30.8 14.0 2.1 3.9 0.2 0.6
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Fantasy News

  • Nets' Joe Harris: Expected back next season

    Harris (ankle) underwent successful left ankle ligament surgery Monday and is expected to be ready for the start of next season's training camp, Alec Sturm of NetsDaily.com reports. This is a strong first step for Harris on his road to recovery after being lost for the remainder of the 2021-22 campaign. He'll have plenty of hurdles to clear prior to gaining clearance for the start of training camp, with updates expected to emerge as he begins to make progress.
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  • Nets' Joe Harris: Done for season

    Harris is set to undergo season-ending ankle surgery, Nick Friedell of ESPN.com reports. Harris' 2022 season has come to an end after the team announced that its 30-year-old guard is set to receive a second surgery on his left ankle. The Virginia product will finish the season having played in only 14 games while averaging 11.3 points, 4.0 rebounds and 1.0 assists in 29.9 minutes. Expect the Nets to rely heavily on Bruce Brown and Cam Thomas on the wing for the remainder of the season.
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  • Nets' Joe Harris: Second surgery still possible

    The Nets will evaluate Harris this week before deciding whether or not he may require a second surgery on his left ankle, Michael Scotto of HoopsHype.com reports. Earlier this month, Harris' agent, Mark Bartelstein, indicated that a second surgery may be necessary for the 30-year-old wing, and it appears that's still very much a possibility. Coming out of the All-Star break, the Nets will use the next several days to evaluate Harris, after which the two sides will come together on a decision. If another surgery is deemed necessary, it's likely that Harris would be shelved for at least the remainder of the regular season. The Virginia product hasn't played since Nov. 14 at Oklahoma City.
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  • Nets' Joe Harris: May require another ankle surgery

    Harris' agent, Mark Bartelstein, said Thursday that his client could require a second procedure on his left ankle, Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN reports. Bartelstein noted that a decision on whether Harris will require another surgery will be made in the next 1-to-2 weeks, so at a bare minimum, the 30-year-old can safely be ruled out through the All-Star break. While Brooklyn is likely hoping that Harris can avoid another procedure and recover from the ankle injury through rest and rehab, it's clear he's not progressing as anticipated since undergoing the initial surgery Nov. 29. At the time of the procedure, Brooklyn was hopeful Harris would be able to return at some point over a 4-to-8-week window, but the Nets acknowledged the sharpshooting wing suffered some setbacks in his recovery. Kevin Durant (knee) is also set to remain out through the All-Star break, but at this stage, he may be closer to returning to the lineup than Harris.
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  • Nets' Joe Harris: Return not yet imminent

    Nets head coach Steve Nash said Sunday that Harris (ankle) is steadily increasing his on-court activity, but the veteran wing hasn't been cleared for high-intensity work and is without an official timeline for a return, Brian Lewis of the New York Post reports. Additionally, the coach wasn't willing to commit to Harris being available prior to the All-Star break, so fantasy managers who have been stashing the 30-year-old during his prolonged absence should prepare for him to be sidelined at least through the end of January. While Harris is out and Kevin Durant (knee) is also facing an extended absence, Patty Mills should continue to enjoy a heightened role alongside James Harden and Kyrie Irving.
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  • Nets' Joe Harris: Won't return during road trip

    Coach Steve Nash said Monday that Harris (ankle) won't play during the Nets' current road trip, Greg Logan of Newsday reports. Harris traveled with the Nets for their road trip, but he was just recently cleared to do light shooting. As a result, he'll need more time to get into shape before he's ready for game action. The 31-year-old should be sidelined until at least Jan. 25, when the team returns home to play the Lakers.
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  • Nets' Joe Harris: Yet to resume on-court work

    Nets head coach Steve Nash said Monday that Harris (ankle) hasn't been cleared to resume on-court work, Alex Schiffer of The Athletic reports. When he underwent arthroscopic surgery on his left ankle Nov. 29, Harris was projected to miss anywhere from 4-to-8 weeks. Nash's comments suggest that at this stage, Harris is trending toward the longer end of that timeline, as the sharpshooter's lack of on-court activity would seem to imply that he's at least a week away from playing. At the moment, Harris is the only member of Brooklyn's preferred rotation that's sidelined with a long-term injury, though Kyrie Irving will continue to sit out home games while he remains unvaccinated.
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  • Nets' Joe Harris: Couple weeks out from return

    Nets head coach Steve Nash said Monday that Harris will not return from his ankle surgery for at least a couple more weeks, Alex Schiffer of The Athletic reports. Harris underwent surgery on his left ankle Nov. 29 and was given an initial return timeline of 4-to-8 weeks. With his return still at least two weeks out, it looks as though his absence will be more toward the eight-week range, with his return likely coming in mid-to-late January.
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  • Nets' Joe Harris: Set for ankle surgery

    Nets head coach Steve Nash said Harris will undergo left ankle surgery later Monday, but the veteran wing is expected to return this season, Shams Charania of The Athletic reports. Nash said Harris will have an arthroscopic procedure to address "a little bone particle" in his left ankle, a surgery that will likely keep him sidelined for 4-to-8 weeks, per Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN. Patty Mills, who is averaging 18.2 points (on 57.9 percent shooting from the field) during his last five starts, is expected to continue replacing Harris on the top unit. The likes of DeAndre' Bembry and Cam Thomas are also likely to handle increased roles for the foreseeable future.
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  • Nets' Joe Harris: Officially out Saturday

    Harris (ankle) is listed as out for Saturday's game against the Suns. Head coach Steve Nash suggested a few days ago that Harris was unlikely to play at any point this week, so the veteran wing's absence for Saturday's contest hardly comes as a surprise. Patty Mills has started each of the past five games in Harris' stead and is averaging 18.2 points (on 57.9 percent shooting from the field), 4.8 triples, 2.6 assists and 1.6 rebounds in 33.8 minutes per contest during that stretch.
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  • Nets' Joe Harris: Unlikely to play this week

    Nets head coach Steve Nash said Harris (ankle), who has already been ruled out for Wednesday's game against the Celtics, is unlikely to be available for the first contest of Brooklyn's upcoming homestand Saturday versus Phoenix, Alex Schiffer of The Athletic reports. Brooklyn will presumably check back in on where Harris stands in his recovery from a left ankle sprain following the Thanksgiving holiday, but at this stage, he can be viewed as doubtful for the start of the homestand. The recent absences of Harris and Bruce Brown (hamstring) have opened up more minutes on the wing of late for Patty Mills, DeAndre' Bembry and Cam Thomas, who should all maintain rotation spots Wednesday.
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  • Nets' Joe Harris: Out two more games

    Nets head coach Steve Nash said Harris (ankle) won't be available for games Monday in Cleveland and Wednesday in Boston, Alex Schiffer of The Athletic reports. Harris had already missed the last three games due to a sprained ankle he suffered Nov. 14, and he hasn't progressed to the point where the Nets believe he'll be ready to play until next weekend at the earliest. Patty Mills will likely continue to start alongside James Harden while Harris sidelined.
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  • Nets' Joe Harris: Not starting Friday

    Harris (ankle) isn't starting Friday's game against the Magic, Greg Logan of Newsday reports. Harris was initially listed as one of Brooklyn's starters Friday, but the Nets issued a corrected lineup. Patty Mills will get the start, and Harris should miss a third consecutive game.
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  • Nets' Joe Harris: Starting Friday

    Harris (ankle) will start Friday's game against the Magic, Billy Reinhardt of NetsDaily.com reports. Harris was initially expected to be unavailable for Friday's matchup, but he'll be part of the starting five against Orlando. It's not yet clear whether he'll have any restrictions following his two-game absence.
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  • Nets' Joe Harris: To miss multiple games

    Harris (ankle) will miss multiple games due to the sprained left ankle he sustained during Sunday's win over the Thunder, Tim Bontemps of ESPN reports. Harris had already been ruled out of Tuesday's showdown against the Warriors, but during pregame coach Steve Nash told the media that he expects the sharpshooter to miss "a few games" before another scan is done on the ankle. Reading between the lines, the Nets likely need to wait for swelling to go down before Harris can be re-evaluated and given a return timetable. As such, he'll likely remain sidelined through at least the end of the week and likely into next week.
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  • Nets' Joe Harris: Ruled out Tuesday

    Harris (ankle) has been ruled out for Tuesday's game against the Warriors, Greg Logan of Newsday reports. Harris sustained a left ankle sprain in Sunday's win over the Thunder, and he'll be forced to miss at least one additional game. Patty Mills, Bruce Brown and Cam Thomas should see additional run against Golden State.
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  • Nets' Joe Harris: Out for game

    Harris (ankle) exited Sunday's contest against the Thunder and will not return, Kristian Winfield of the New York Daily News reports. The exact severity of the injury is still unclear, but it is not encouraging to see Harris being held out for the remainder of Brooklyn's contest. If the sharpshooting wing is forced to miss time, expect DeAndre' Bembry and Patty Mills to both be candidates to see more opportunities. The Nets' next contest comes Tuesday against the Warriors.
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  • Nets' Joe Harris: Six three-pointers in win

    Harris finished Wednesday's win over the Hawks with 18 points (6-10 FG, 6-8 FG), six rebounds, two steals and one block in 34 minutes. Harris' showed some incredible shooting from deep, leading him to a season high in points and three-pointers. After his rough start to the season, shooting just 36.5 percent from the field and 36 percent from deep, it is great to see the 30-year-old hitting his shots. Harris is now averaging 14.5 points and 5.5 rebounds over the past four games.
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  • Nets' Joe Harris: New Nets franchise leader in threes

    Harris posted 15 points (5-15 FG, 5-11 3Pt), three rebounds, a block, and a steal in 34 minutes of action Wednesday in the Nets' 106-93 loss to the Heat. Harris connected on a season-high five triples, passing Jason Kidd as the all-time franchise leader in three-pointers made. Milestone aside, he also logged a team-worst plus/minus (minus-22). He is a major defensive liability and is tough to cover up with the current construction of this Nets roster. Harris is well-suited for his niche category but is best viewed as a streaming candidate.
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  • Nets' Joe Harris: Quiet again

    Harris had 11 points (3-12 FG, 3-11 3Pt, 2-2 FT), eight rebounds and two assists in 30 minutes during Monday's 104-90 win over the Wizards. Harris failed to find his stroke and is amid a cold spell to start the season. Nonetheless, he is coming off a campaign in which he set career highs with 6.4 threes attempted per game and a 47.5 percent success rate. Harris will look to bounce back Wednesday against the Heat.
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