Harrison signed a contract Wednesday with Russian club BC Khimki, Eurohoops.net reports.
Harrison appeared in 17 contests with the Cavaliers, Grizzlies and Pelicans earlier this season, averaging 3.2 points, 1.4 assists and 1.2 rebounds in 11.0 minutes per game. After attracting limited interest from NBA squads following his release from New Orleans in January and the idea of heading to the G League apparently not appealing, Harrison will finish out the season overseas before hitting free agency.
Harrison was waived by the Pelicans on Tuesday, Andrew Lopez of The New Orleans Times-Picayune reports.
Harrison has already spent time with three different teams this season (New Orleans, Cleveland and Memphis), appearing in 17 games while averaging 3.2 points, 1.2 rebounds and 1.4 assists over that span. The Kentucky product inked a two-way deal with New Orleans at the beginning of December. He'll hit the open market with the hope of finding a more permanent home after parting ways with the Pelicans.
Harrison will be available for Wednesday's contest against the Mavericks.
Harrison inked a two-way deal with the Pelicans on Tuesday. Rather than have him play in the G League right away, the organization will opt to make him available for Wednesday's NBA game against Dallas. He is not expected to see significant run, though represents a depth option with Elfrid Payton (finger) still sidelined.
Harrison signed a two-way contract with the Pelicans on Tuesday, Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN reports.
Harrison was released by the Cavaliers on Sunday after appearing in 10 games for the team, averaging 4.3 points, 1.7 assists and 1.5 boards across 14.3 minutes. The Pelicans seem to be hoping Harrison can pick things up with a change of scenery. Given the nature of two-way deals, Harrison is expected to spend most of his days in the G League.
Harrison was waived by the Cavs on Sunday, Chris Fedor of Cleveland.com reports.
Harrison was on a two-way contract, and the Cavs apparently didn't view him as a potential future piece. Harrison did not play in Saturday's loss to Toronto, but he'd seen double-digit minutes in nine of the previous 10 games.
Harrison has signed a two-way contract with Cleveland, Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN reports.
Harrison will be brought in to help at point guard following the loss of George Hill (shoulder) for the next couple of weeks. The Cavs intend to keep Harrison on the NBA roster until further notice, so he won't be on tap for an assignment to the G League's Canton Charge while he remains on the two-way deal. Harrison can spend no more than 45 days at the NBA level before the Cavaliers would have to convert his deal to a standard NBA contract or waive him.
Harrison was released by the Grizzlies on Thursday, Michael Wallace of Grizzlies.com reports.
Harrison had appeared in only one game this season, and it was clear that he wasn't in the Grizzlies' long-term plans. The former Kentucky standout appeared in 128 games through his first two seasons in Memphis, and while he started 46 contests a year ago, that was due in large part to injuries elsewhere on the roster. For now, Harrison will become a free agent and look to either latch on with another team or perhaps head to the G League.
Harrison (wrist) is out for Wednesday's season finale against the Thunder.
Harrison's wrist injury, which has caused him to miss the past seven games, will force him out of Wednesday's action, subsequently ending his season. He drastically improved over his rookie campaign, averaging 9.5 points, 3.2 assists and 2.3 rebounds while shooting 42.2 percent from the field in 23.7 minutes.
Harrison (wrist) has been ruled out for Monday's game against the Timberwolves.
Harrison's chances of returning this season are looking fairly bleak, as Monday will be his sixth straight absence, and there doesn't appear to be any reason to bring him back for the regular season finale. Kobi Simmons will continue operating as the team's starting point guard.
Harrison (wrist) is out for Sunday's game against the Pistons.
Harrison will miss a sixth straight game as he continues to work back from a wrist injury. Following Sunday, he'll have just two more games to make a return to the team before the end of the season.
Harrison (wrist/shoulder) is out for Friday's tilt against the Kings.
Harrison will miss a fifth straight contest as a result of right wrist soreness and a left shoulder injury. He'll have three more chances to take the floor before the end of the season, beginning with Sunday's contest against the Pistons.
Harrison (wrist) will not play Wednesday against New Orleans.
Harrison continues to nurse soreness in his right wrist, and the injury report also indicates that he's battling a left shoulder issue. Wednesday will mark his fourth straight absence, and it's unclear if the Grizzlies will make an effort to get him back on the floor again this season.
Harrison (wrist) has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Trail Blazers.
Harrison is set to miss a third straight contest as he continues to work his way back from lingering wrist and shoulder ailments. With Tyreke Evans (personal) also sidelined Sunday, the Grizzlies should continue to rely on Mario Chalmers and Kobi Simmons to handle point guard.
Harrison (wrist, shoulder) has been ruled out of Friday's game against the Jazz.
Harrison will miss his second straight contest as he continues to nurse lingering wrist and shoulder injuries. With Tyreke Evans (personal) also out of the contest, the Grizzlies will likely rely on Mario Chalmers and Kobi Simmons to handle point guard duties.
Harrison (wrist, shoulder) has been ruled out for Wednesday's game against the Trail Blazers.
Harrison has been a bit banged up of late, dealing with injuries to both his wrist and shoulder. While he was hoping to play through them once again Wednesday, he ended up deciding against following pregame warmups. Along with Harrison, the Grizzlies are slated to be without Tyreke Evans (personal), which should mean more minutes for the likes of Mario Chalmers, Wayne Selden and Kobi Simmons.
Harrison is dealing with a right wrist and a left shoulder injury and is listed as questionable for Wednesday's game against the Trail Blazers.
Harrison's wrist injury was already well known, as he's been playing through it for much of the last few weeks. However, the shoulder injury is a new one and only further complicates his availability moving forward. Look for Harrison to test out both ailments during Wednesday's morning shootaround, but with Tyreke Evans (personal) already ruled out, the Grizzlies could be very short-handed in the backcourt. If Harrison were to be held out, it would likely mean more minutes for the likes of Mario Chalmers, Wayne Selden and Kobi Simmons.
Harrison had 20 points (7-15 FG, 1-5 3Pt, 5-6 FT), nine assists, four rebounds and one steal in 36 minutes during Saturday's 100-93 loss to the Lakers.
Harrison was back after missing just one game due to a wrist concern. He appeared untroubled on his way to a team-high 20 points to go with nine assists. The Grizzlies rotations have become almost laughable and players' status' are uncertain from game to game. When he sees playing time he is worth owning in a lot of leagues, but his value is far from predictable.
Harrison (wrist) is active for Saturday's game against the Lakers.
Harrison missed Thursday's loss to the Hornets due to a right wrist injury but the 23-year-old will take the court Saturday night. He will likely resume his role as starting point guard, but if his minutes are at all monitored, look for Briante Weber and Mario Chalmers to potentially see more action -- especially with Tyreke Evans (personal) not available.
Harrison (wrist) is questionable for Saturday's game against the Lakers.
Harrison missed Thursday's loss to the Hornets as a result of persistent wrist soreness, which could keep him out again Saturday. Look for more information after he tests out the injury during morning shootaround.
Harrison (wrist) has been ruled out for Thursday's game against the Hornets.
Harrison missed nine games earlier this month with the same wrist injury, so it's unclear if he aggravated it or if the Grizzlies are just giving him some rest in the second night of the team's current back-to-back set. That said, his next opportunity to get back on the court will be Saturday against the Lakers. After sitting out the last two games for rest, Tyreke Evans is back and should reclaim the starting point guard role. Otherwise, guys like Briante Weber and Mario Chalmers could see some extra minutes in the backcourt.
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