Harris scored eight points (4-13 FG, 0-3 3Pt) while adding 10 rebounds, six assists, two steals and a block in 31 minutes during Wednesday's 112-97 loss to the Magic.
While he found a way to make other contributions, Harris' scoring touch seems to have deserted him. He's 0-for-18 from three-point range over his last five games, averaging only 11.8 points a game during that stretch -- well short of the career-best 20.0 PPG he put together last season. The Sixers have other scoring options who can step up until Harris finds his shot again, but spacing and the team's overall offensive performance could become an issue if defenses stop respecting his ability to do damage from the outside.
Harris scored eight points (4-17 FG, 0-11 3Pt) while adding five rebounds and four assists in 33 minutes during Tuesday's 98-97 win over the Cavaliers.
More than any player on either team, Harris' awful performance was the reason the Cavs even had a chance to shock the Sixers. The 27-year-old has been struggling from long distance for a while now -- he was 4-for-24 (16.7 percent) from three-point range in his prior seven games -- but his career 36.1 percent mark suggests Harris will get every chance to shoot his way out of his current slump.
Harris had 13 points (6-14 FG, 0-2 3PT, 1-2 FT), 10 rebounds, four assists, two steals and two blocks in 33 minutes during Friday's 100-97 loss to the Nuggets.
Harris was Philadelphia's second leading scorer but also provided a nice boost with his defensive contributions. Harris' value will mostly remain tied to his scoring totals, but he has grabbed at least seven rebounds in each of his last five starts as well. He will aim to extend his solid run of play Sunday at home against the Hornets.
Harris had 24 points (10-20 FG, 1-6 3PT, 3-5 FT), 10 rebounds, two assists and two steals during Philadelphia's 114-109 loss at Phoenix on Monday night.
Harris topped the 20-point mark for the second consecutive outing -- he has done it thrice this season, and has shot at least 50 percent from the field in four of his six appearances thus far. The former Pistons wing has been better than expected in the early going and has settled as a reliable scoring option in a system that also features high-usage players such as Ben Simmons and Joel Embiid. Harris will aim to extend his solid run of form Wednesday at Utah.
Harris registered 23 points (10-15 FG, 1-2 3Pt, 2-2 FT), seven rebounds, three assists, two blocks and one steal in 36 minutes Saturday in the 76ers' 129-128 win over the Trail Blazers.
With Joel Embiid (suspension) out, Harris was one of a number of Sixers players to step up his production. The forward reached 20 points for the second time in five games this season and also notched his first blocks of the campaign. Harris could continue to benefit from a more prominent role on offense than usual Monday in Phoenix while Embiid finishes off his two-game ban.
Harris scored 29 points (10-15 FG, 4-6 3Pt, 5-6 FT) while adding seven rebounds, two steals and an assist in 35 minutes during Saturday's 117-111 win over the Pistons.
Playing against one of his many former clubs, Harris led the Sixers in scoring in another productive performance. The well-traveled forward averaged a career-high 20.0 PPG last year between Philly and the Clippers, and he figures to take on a large scoring load again in 2019-20, especially in games like this one when Joel Embiid (ankle) is out of the lineup.
Harris generated 15 points (6-11 FG, 2-5 3Pt, 1-2 FT), 15 rebounds, four assists, and two steals in 38 minutes during Wednesday's 107-93 win over the Celtics.
Harris amassed a game-high rebounding and minute total, paced his team in made threes, and matched rookie Matisse Thybulle for the team high in steals. Capable of playing both forward spots, Harris is the team's most versatile and well-rounded scorer along the wing, and he seems likely to be much more involved in the offense than he was late last season and during the 2019 playoffs.
Harris furnished 16 points (6-14 FG, 2-6 3Pt, 2-2 FT), eight rebounds, one assist and one block across 26 minutes during the 76ers' 100-87 preseason win over the Hornets on Friday.
Harris showed off his skills as both a scorer and rebounder in the victory, checking in with the second-highest totals in both points and boards for the 76ers. The veteran is slated to shift over to small forward this season with the offseason arrival of Al Horford and the departure of Jimmy Butler in free agency. Harris previously enjoyed success at the position during the early years of his career with the Bucks and Magic, and he'll look to build on the career bests in points (20.0), rebounds (7.9), assists (2.8) and shooting percentage (48.7) he generated last season.
Harris and Philadelphia came to terms Sunday on a five-year, $180 million contract, Shams Charania of The Athletic reports.
Harris put up solid numbers after being traded from the Clippers to the Sixers in February, stepping in as one of his team's leading contributors. He averaged 20 points, 7.9 rebounds and 2.8 assists over 82 contests this season, and he could be in line for an even bigger role during the 2019-2020 campaign if Jimmy Butler leaves for the Heat.
Harris had 15 points (5-9 FG, 2-5 3Pt, 3-4 FT), 10 rebounds, three assists, and one steal in 42 minutes during Sunday's 92-90 loss to Toronto.
Harris capped off another strong season by recording a double-double in what can only be described as a heartbreaking loss for the 76ers. Since moving across in a mid-season trade, Harris has slotted in seamlessly providing the team with another reliable scorer, capable of contributing in a number of areas. There have been whispers that Harris is interested in a move to Utah but it is all speculation at this point. No matter what his future holds, Harris appears to have the ability to maintain value in any situation. He should be a solid top-50 player again, with top-30 upside, depending on his chosen destination.
Harris finished with 13 points (5-11 FG, 2-5 3Pt, 1-2 FT), eight rebounds, five assists and two blocks across 37 minutes in the 76ers' win over the Raptors on Thursday.
Harris delivered a solid stat line despite his poor scoring effort. He's been struggling to generate points, though his averages of 12.0 points, 10.4 rebounds, and 5.0 assists have been great in three games against Toronto.
Harris recorded 14 points (6-17 FG, 2-4 3Pt), 15 rebounds, six assists, and one steal in 38 minutes during Saturday's 108-95 Game 1 loss to the Raptors.
Harris has logged two double-doubles through these first six playoff games, and this is the third time he has handed out exactly six dimes. Harris left a lot to be desired from an efficiency standpoint, finishing with more field goal attempts than points while committing five turnovers. Still, he accumulated more than enough counting stats to satisfy those who relied on him for fantasy purposes.
Harris finished with 12 points (5-8 FG, 2-4 3Pt), eight rebounds, four assists and three steals in Tuesday's win over the Nets.
Harris and company managed to take care of Brooklyn in five games, although the 26-year-old certainly didn't play his best series. He was held to four points in Game 1 but managed to respond with four straight performances of 12 or more points. Harris will aim to get off to a better start against the Raptors in the next round.
Harris totaled 24 points (10-20 FG, 0-4 3Pt, 4-6 FT), eight rebounds, six assists, one steal and a block across 43 minutes in the 76ers' win over the Nets on Saturday.
Harris once again turned in a big stat line as the 76ers took their third straight win to take a 3-1 series lead over the Nets. Harris has stuffed the stat sheet over his last three games, averaging 24.0 points, 9.3 boards and 3.7 assists.
Harris recorded 29 points (11-19 FG, 6-6 3Pt, 1-1 FT), 16 rebounds, three assists, and one steal in 36 minutes during Thursday's 131-115 Game 3 win over the Nets.
Harris got hot early and never cooled down, scorching the Nets from beyond the arc while hauling downs boards galore. The 26-year-old forward stepped up in a big way with Joel Embiid (knee) sidelined to help the 76ers earn a 2-1 series lead, and Harris remains an extremely well-rounded statistical contributor.
Harris is out for rest Wednesday against the Bulls, Serena Winters of NBC Sports Philadelphia reports.
The 76ers will give most of its key players the night off for rest, and Harris is no exception. Zhaire Smith and Jonathon Simmons figure to see heavy minutes on the wing as a result.
Harris produced 16 points (6-14 FG, 0-2 3Pt, 4-6 FT), six rebounds and five assists across 32 minutes in the 76ers' 116-96 win over the Bulls on Saturday.
Harris generated a well-rounded line, although he's now shot 42.9 percent or less in three straight games. The 26-year-old big has been fairly automatic on both the scoreboard and the boards, and he continues to offer solid complementary contributions in assists as well. Factoring in Saturday's production, Harris is averaging 18.7 points, 7.8 rebounds and 3.0 assists across 35.5 minutes in 26 games since arriving in Philadelphia.
Harris totaled 13 points (6-15 FG, 1-3 3Pt), nine rebounds, three assists and a block over 30 minutes in the 76er's loss to the Bucks on Thursday.
Harris was quiet on the scoring front in this game, but his final stat line was serviceable given his nine boards and three assists. With Joel Embiid and J.J. Redick combining for 63 points and Embiid delivering a huge triple-double, Harris took a back seat. It's unclear how many of the 76ers final three games he'll play in due to rest purposes.
Harris implied that he plans to sit out a game or two down the stretch in preparation for the postseason, The Athletic reports. "I'll probably take a rest game," Harris said, when asked if he plans to start all 83 possible games following a mid-season trade from the Clippers. "It'll be 82 games. I've already discussed with the team, God willing, to decide on one or two of the games to rest toward the end of the season to get into the playoffs."
Harris has started all 79 games this season -- 55 for the Clippers, 24 for the Sixers -- but all indications are that he'll build in a day or two of rest before the postseason kicks off next weekend. The Sixers play host to Milwaukee on Thursday night on the second game of a back-to-back before finishing out the season with games Saturday (at Chicago), Tuesday (at Miami) and Wednesday (vs. Chicago). Chances are, Harris will rest for one of those final two contests, especially if the Sixers are able to officially lock up the No. 3 seed in the East by the end of the weekend.
Harris tallied 25 points (10-19 FG, 1-6 3Pt, 4-5 FT), six rebounds, three assists and one block in 34 minutes Monday in the 76ers' 122-102 loss to the Mavericks.
After a six-point outing March 28 against the Nets, Harris has bounced back nicely with a pair of 25-point showings in both of the 76ers' last two contests. It's perhaps no coincidence that superstar center Joel Embiid (rest) has sat out both of those contests, affording Harris and the team's other key players a bump in usage. Embiid is slated to sit out at least one more contest Wednesday in Atlanta, so Harris should again represent a quality DFS play in that contest.
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