Harris had just nine points (4-9 FG, 1-4 3Pt) and four rebounds in 36 minutes during Thursday's 104-89 loss to Milwaukee.
Harris is yet to make his mark on the series, and given where things sit right now, he is quickly running out of time. Thursday's loss means the series will now shift back to Brooklyn for Game 7, and to say Harris needs to find his range would certainly be an understatement.
Harris finished Sunday's Game 4 against the Bucks with just eight points (3-8 FG, 2-6 3Pt), four rebounds and one assist.
Harris got loose for 12 three-pointers in Games 1 and 2, but the Bucks have since put the clamps on one of the league's best marksmen. In Game 3, Harris hit just 1-of-11 attempts from the field (1-7 3Pt), and on Sunday he struggled to find any sort of rhythm -- particularly after Kyrie Irving exited with what looked to be a badly sprained ankle. Fantasy-wise, Harris is extremely reliant on three-point shooting, so if he's not rolling from deep, he can be a liability in DFS contests.
Harris registered 25 points (9-14 FG, 7-10 3Pt), four rebounds, three assists, two steals and one block in 29 minutes during Tuesday's 130-108 win over the Celtics.
The 29-year-old's 25 points were the most he's scored since April 16. Harris went from scoring 10 points on 36 percent shooting in Game 1 to knocking down seven three-pointers while producing solid across-the-board stats. The seventh-year forward will look to parlay his impressive three-point shooting effort into Friday's Game 3 matchup in Boston.
Harris (glute) will not be on a minutes limit for Saturday's Game 1 against the Celtics, Malika Andrews of ESPN.com reports.
After missing the final three games of the regular season with a strained glute, Harris will be fully available for Saturday's Game 1 against Boston. In 31.0 minutes per game this season, he averaged 14.1 points, 3.6 rebounds and 1.9 assists while shooting 47.5 percent from three.
Harris (hip) will play in Saturday's Game 1 against the Celtics, freelance sportswriter Mike Mazzeo reports.
As expected, after missing the final three games of the regular season due to a strained left hip, Harris will be back in action for the Nets' opening playoff game. In 31.0 minutes per game this season, he averaged 14.1 points, 3.6 rebounds and 1.9 assists while shooting 47.5 percent from three.
Harris (hip) is expected to play in Game 1 of the Nets' first-round playoff matchup, Kristian Winfield of the New York Daily News reports.
After missing the Nets' final three regular-season games, it appears Harris is on track to play Game 1 in the playoffs. The guard has started almost every game this season, so expect Harris to retain his starting role for his first game back.
Harris (glute) will not play in the Nets' final two regular-season games, Malika Andrews of ESPN.com reports.
In addition to the news that Harris will be out until the playoffs, it's been revealed that the sharpshooter is dealing with a strained glute, rather than just a sore hip. Over the next two games, Bruce Brown and Landry Shamet are candidates to see increased run.
Harris (hip) is out Saturday against the Bulls, Billy Reinhardt of NetsDaily.com reports.
Harris will sit out a second straight game due to left hip soreness. The issue doesn't seem serious, as he was initially listed as questionable. Look for the sharpshooter to potentially take the court for the Nets' final game of the regular season Sunday against the Cavaliers.
Harris (hip) is questionable for Saturday's game against the Bulls, Malika Andrews of ESPN.com reports.
Harris sat out Wednesday's game against the Spurs due to a hip injury, but he could return for the Nets' second-to-final game of the regular season. If he sits out again, Bruce Brown is a strong candidate to draw another start.
Harris will not play Wednesday against the Spurs due to a sore left hip, Malika Andrews of ESPN reports.
Harris wasn't listed on the initial injury report, but he'll be held out on the second half of the back-to-back -- likely for precautionary purposes -- after playing 33 minutes and taking a team-high 16 shots in Tuesday's win over Chicago. Assuming James Harden (hamstring) plays, he'll absorb some of Harris' workload, but Landry Shamet, Bruce Brown and Jeff Green could also benefit.
Harris had 17 points (7-16 FG, 2-7 3Pt, 1-1 FT) and five rebounds in Tuesday's win over the Bulls.
The game wasn't as close as the final eight-point spread implies, but Harris saw 34 minutes and took on more offensive responsibility with Kyrie Irving departing after 21 minutes due to a hit to the face. Harris' 16 field-goal attempts were a team high and his third-highest total in any game this season. Harris now has multiple made threes in four straight games.
Harris had eight points (3-6 FG, 2-4 3Pt), five rebounds and five assists in Saturday's win over Denver.
It was another quiet performance for Harris, who's scored 12 points or fewer in five straight games while attempting only 8.0 field goals per contest during that stretch. He's still hitting an efficient 42.3 percent of his three-point attempts, but the volume (5.2 3PA/G) hasn't been as high as fantasy managers would like, as Kyrie Irving, Kevin Durant and Blake Griffin handle much of the heavy lifting offensively.
Harris collected 16 points (6-13 FG, 4-9 3Pt), six assists, three rebounds, two steals and one block in a 116-103 victory over the Raptors on Tuesday.
Harris scored in double figures for the seventh consecutive game and also contributed multiple defensive counting stats. The guard has averaged 17.4 points (on 51.8 percent shooting from the field and 50.0 percent shooting from three), 3.4 triples and 3.0 rebounds per game over that stretch.
Harris totaled 20 points (6-12 FG, 4-7 3Pt, 4-4 FT), four rebounds, three assists and two blocks across 35 minutes during Friday's 109-104 win over the Celtics.
Harris has been on a tear in his last five games, averaging 19.2 points on 54.8 percent shooting. Over that span, Harris has shown why he is one of the league's elite shooters, connecting on 52.8 percent of his treys.
Harris scored 14 points (5-10 FG, 4-5 3Pt) while adding four rebounds and an assist across 34 minutes during Wednesday's loss at Toronto.
Harris ended as the Nets' third-best scorer in what was a poor performance from the team as a whole -- Brooklyn shot just 39.6 percent from the field and 31.7 percent from beyond the arc as a team. Harris made four of his five three-point attempts, however, and he continues to show why he's one of the league's best long-range shooters on a nightly basis. He has made two or more threes in four straight games and has made 28 of his 63 treys during the current month -- good for 44.4 percent.
Harris scored 24 points (10-16 FG, 3-6 3Pt, 1-2 FT) while adding two rebounds, two assists and a steal in 32 minutes during Tuesday's win over the Pelicans.
With James Harden (hamstring) and Kevin Durant (thigh) both in street clothes, Harris handled a big scoring load for the Nets. He's scored more than 20 points in three of his last five games, averaging 18.2 points, 3.2 threes, 2.0 boards, 2.0 assists and 1.6 steals over that stretch.
Harris scored 26 points (8-12 FG, 6-9 3Pt, 4-4 FT) while adding three steals, two rebounds and an assist in 29 minutes during Friday's win over the Hornets.
Even with Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving in the lineup, it was Harris who led the Nets in scoring on the night. The 29-year-old has been alternating impressive efforts with poor ones lately, and through eight games in April he's averaging 13.9 points, 4.3 boards, 2.8 assists, 2.4 threes and 1.1 steals.
Harris registered 23 points (8-12 FG, 5-8 3Pt, 2-2 FT), three rebounds, three assists and two steals in 28 minutes during Tuesday's win over the Timberwolves.
The 29-year-old bounced back from Saturday's six-point effort to post his highest scoring output in the month of April. Harris was averaging 15.6 points, 6.0 rebounds, 3.0 three-pointers and 2.4 assists in his previous five games before Saturday's performance. The sharpshooter should continue to see plenty of volume with both James Harden (hamstring) and Kyrie Irving (personal) out of the lineup.
Harris scored 16 points (7-11 FG, 2-3 3Pt) to go along with eight rebounds, two assists and two steals across 34 minutes in Monday's win over the Knicks.
Harris shot very efficiently from the floor to reach double-digit points for only the third time in his last seven games. Though his time on the floor has remained consistent, Harris could be in for an increased role if James Harden (hamstring) is forced to miss more game action after he exited Monday's contest early. Uncharastically, Harris also managed to chip in on the defensive end of the floor, managing multiple steals for only the eighth time on the campaign.
Harris ended with 28 points (10-17 FG, 7-12 3Pt, 1-1 FT) and six rebounds in 37 minutes during Wednesday's 120-108 victory over the Rockets.
Harris stepped up for the shorthanded Nets, tying his second-highest scoring performance of the season. James Harden (hamstring) was unable to finish the game, so there were certainly more shots to go around. If Harden is unable to go against the Hornets on Thursday, Harris would seem likely to be an integral part of the offense once again.
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