Harrison poured in 28 points (10-16 FG, 5-5 3Pt, 3-3 FT), three assists, two rebounds, and one steal in 33 minutes during Wednesday's 121-114 loss to the Thunder.
Harrison contributed career highs in scoring, threes, and field goals made and attempted. Wayne Selden missed his second straight contest with knee soreness, but he'll presumably be back in action for next Friday's matchup with the Cavaliers unless it's something more serious than that. Nevertheless, the duo of Harrison and Tyreke Evans appears to be the starting backcourt going forward while Selden will come off the bench.
Harrison (illness) supplied just two points (1-3 FG, 0-2 3Pt), one rebound, one assist, one steal and one block across 11 minutes in Sunday's 110-92 loss to the Thunder.
Harrison had been considered a game-time decision leading into the contest, and he ended up playing a team-low amount of minutes. With such reduced playing time, his final line was naturally a far cry from his impressive 23-point outing against the Jazz in his last contest on Wednesday. Despite the downturn, the fact that Harrison had tallied double-digit point totals in six of the seven contests prior to Sunday lends credence to the notion that he could bounce back in strong fashion with a bump normal in playing time against the Thunder in the Grizzlies' next outing on Wednesday.
Harrison (illness) will play and start in Sunday's game against the Thunder.
Harrison was added to the injury report for Sunday's contest while nursing an illness, but it doesn't look like whatever the point guard was dealing with will limit him in Oklahoma City. Expect Harrison, who is coming off an impressive 23-point performance against the Jazz on Wednesday, to be a full go Sunday.
Harrison is questionable for Sunday's contest against the Thunder due to an illness.
It's unclear how serious the illness is, though it's enough to put Harrison's status in question. More word on his condition should arrive following Sunday's morning shootaround. If he's unable to take the floor, Mario Chalmers and Wayne Selden would likely see extended run.
Harrison finished with 23 points (9-15 FG, 2-5 3Pt, 3-3 FT), four assists, two steals, two blocks and one rebound in 36 minutes during Wednesday's 92-88 loss to Utah.
Harrison had another impressive outing sans Mike Conley, putting up a season-high 23 points. Wayne Seldon (zero points on 0-2 FG) was seen as the hot pickup post-Conley, but it has been Harrison who has taken the most of the opportunity. He has scored in double-figures in six of his last seven games while also averaging almost five assists per game. With Tyreke Evans a chance of being moved before the trade deadline, Harrison is worth owning in most leagues, although his value may drop if Evans stays put or the Grizzlies manage to get a point-guard back in a deal.
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