Harris posted 12 points (4-8 FG, 1-5 3Pt, 3-3 FT) and three rebounds in Brooklyn's 112-104 loss to the 76ers on Thursday night.
Harris opened the game by canning a deep three, but was relatively uninvolved afterwards with his four made field goals representing his lowest total of the month. The cold performance from behind the arc is a departure from the blistering 47.2 percent harris had been shooting from distance in February. A promising matchup awaits Brooklyn in Charlotte on Saturday.
Harris amassed 17 points (7-12 FG, 2-4 3Pt, 1-1 FT), nine rebounds, one assist and one steal in 22 minutes during Wednesday's 129-88 win over the Warriors.
Harris matched his season high in rebounding while scoring at least 16 for the third straight game. With Kyrie Irving (knee) sidelined there will likely continue to be more shots to go around until he returns, so Harris may be in line for another solid showing during Saturday's matchup versus the Raptors.
Harris posted 16 points (7-13 FG, 2-5 3Pt), four rebounds, two assists and one steal in 28 minutes during Monday's 119-97 win over the Suns.
Harris has combined for 38 points across the last two games, getting off to a strong start here in February after struggling pretty badly in January. Wednesday's contest versus the Warriors represents another fantasy-friendly matchup.
Harris (back) started and played 33 minutes in Monday's 117-111 loss to the 76ers, finishing with 12 points (4-9 FG, 1-5 3Pt, 3-5 FT), three rebounds and one assist.
Harris found himself back on the top unit following a one-game absence, but his trend of poor shooting from the outside persisted. He's hit on just 25.9 percent of his three-point tries over his last six outings, and he compounded those shooting struggles by committing a season-high five turnovers in the loss. Harris is increasingly looking like a drop in most 12-team leagues.
Harris will start Monday's game against Philadelphia, Brian Lewis of the New York Post reports.
As expected, Harris will return to the starting lineup after missing Saturday's game against Milwaukee due to a back injury. Across 40 games this season, Harris is averaging 14.0 points, 4.2 rebounds and 2.1 assists in 31.7 minutes.
Harris (back) is not on the injury report for Monday's game against the Sixers.
Harris missed the last game Saturday with a minor back issue, but it appears that he'll be back in the lineup -- and likely starting -- Monday night. Over his last five games, Harris is averaging just 9.6 points on 36.2 (27.3% 3PT) percent shooting.
Harris has been ruled out for Saturday's game against the Bucks due to lower back soreness, Brian Lewis of the New York Post reports.
Harris apparently picked up the injury during Wednesday's loss to the 76ers, when he totaled six points, six rebounds and one steal in 26 minutes. It will be the first missed game of the season for the 28-year-old. Caris LeVert, Rodions Kurucs and Timothe Luwawu-Cabarrot all figure to see increased run with Garrett Temple (knee) also sidelined.
Harris recorded 13 points (5-10 FG, 1-5 3Pt, 2-2 FT), one rebound, one assist, one steal and one block across 34 minutes during Tuesday's 118-107 loss to the Jazz.
Harris is having a rough month from distance, hitting just 29.7 percent of his 5.3 three-point attempts in January. Still, he's managed to keep his streak of made three-pointers alive. He's hit at least one triple in 30 straight games, which is the fourth-best mark in Nets franchise history.
Harris scored 16 points (6-11 FG, 3-7 3Pt, 1-1 FT) while adding three rebounds, two assists, two steals and a block in 31 minutes during Monday's 101-89 loss to the Magic.
He was Brooklyn's best player on the night, but it was a low bar to clear -- Harris and Spencer Dinwiddie were the only two Nets to even score in double digits. Harris has scored more than 10 points in five straight games, averaging 15.2 points, 3.8 boards, 3.0 assists and 2.4 threes over that stretch as a consistent secondary offensive option for the struggling club.
Harris ended with 11 points (5-17 FG, 1-6 3Pt), five assists and four rebounds in 31 minutes during Thursday's 123-111 loss to Dallas.
Harris was ice cold to begin the game and never got things going as the Nets fell to the Mavericks. He has been a fringe top-100 player this season, thanks in part to long-term injuries to both Kyrie Irving (shoulder) and Caris LeVert (thumb). LeVert has a chance to return this weekend and could cut into Harris' playing time. With that being said, he is usually one of the more reliable options on the offensive end and should still be able to hold value in 12-team leagues.
Harris accumulated 19 points (8-14 FG, 3-6 3Pt), seven rebounds and one assist in 41 minutes during Monday's 122-115 overtime loss to the Timberwolves.
While Harris is primarily known as a three-point shooter, he's having a solid rebounding season as well. Monday marked Harris' sixth performance this season with at least five rebounds and three made triples. Being away from Brooklyn hasn't hurt his shot, either, as he's still drilling 42.3 percent of his threes in road games.
Harris had 24 points (8-15 FG, 5-9 3Pt, 3-4 FT), six rebounds, three assists and one block in 37 minutes during Tuesday's 108-101 overtime win against the Pelicans.
Harris has scored at least 20 in six of his last 16 appearances, this after failing to reach that mark once through his first 11 tilts this season. He has also drained at least five threes five times across the last 13 games after making no more than four in any game prior to that here in 2019-20. He may take a step back in terms of production once Caris LeVert (thumb) and Kyrie Irving (shoulder) rejoin the rotation, but until then Harris can be expected to continue shouldering a sizable load offensively.
Harris had 16 points (7-11 FG, 2-4 3PT), two rebounds and one assist in 25 minutes during Sunday's 109-89 win over the 76ers.
Harris looked effective from the field, although that hasn't been the case of late as Harris made just two of 14 three-pointers combined over the previous two games. He will try to keep up the better shooting he showed Sunday ahead of Tuesday's away matchup at New Orleans.
Harris had 13 points (3-9 FG, 2-5 3PT, 5-5 FT), four rebounds and three assists in 31 minutes during Sunday's 105-102 win against the Nuggets.
Harris can be a consistent scorer but he makes most of his damage from three-point range, and he has made multiple threes in nine of his last 10 games. He is shooting 45.7 percent from deep this season, and will aim to extend that streak Wednesday at home against the Hornets.
Harris had 25 points (9-16 FG, 5-9 3PT, 2-2 FT), four rebounds and one assist in 31 minutes during Sunday's 109-106 loss against the Heat.
Harris has scored in double digits in six straight games, as he has taken a bigger load on offense following the absences of both Kyrie Irving and Caris LeVert due to injuries in recent games. He has also made two or more threes in each of his last seven games. Harris has made 51 percent of his long-range shots over that span.
Harris scored 12 points (5-12 FG, 2-7 3Pt) and tacked on six rebounds, four assists, two steals and a block in the Nets' 112-107 win versus the Celtics on Friday.
He logged a game-high plus-17 and contributed throughout the stat sheet, but had an uninspiring shooting performance. Regardless, the Nets are now 10-9 on the season. Harris and company will face a difficult matchup with Miami coming to town Sunday.
Harris supplied 21 points (8-13 FG, 5-9 3PT), five rebounds, two assists and two blocks in 27 minutes during the Nets' 121-110 loss to the Celtics on Wednesday.
Harris and Garrett Temple combined to hit 11 threes, routinely ending Boston runs and answering with clutch shots. The Celtics struggled chasing Harris around, with the five makes tying his season high. He remains one of the most lethal sharpshooters in the game and will have the opportunity to exploit the matchup again when these two teams see each other again on Friday.
Harris scored 22 points (8-11 FG, 5-7 3Pt, 1-3 FT) while adding four rebounds, two blocks and an assist in 28 minutes during Friday's 116-97 win over the Kings.
The 28-year-old's shot has been running hot and cold lately. Harris has scored 22 points twice in the last five contests, but failed to reach double digits in the other three. His overall numbers are similar to last season's, and his role as a secondary source of offense for the Nets doesn't seem to change with or without Kyrie Irving (shoulder) in the lineup.
Harris scored a season-high 22 points (8-15 FG, 2-8 3Pt, 4-4 FT) while adding eight assists, four rebounds and two steals in 35 minutes during Saturday's 117-111 win over the Bulls.
With Kyrie Irving (shoulder) not in the lineup, Spencer Dinwiddie got the start at point guard, but it was Harris who ended up leading the Nets in assists. Brooklyn's backcourt is getting a little thin with Caris LeVert (thumb) also out, and while Irving isn't expected to be sidelined for long, Harris could see a much larger role than usual in the short term.
Harris was limited to four points (2-6 FG, 0-4 3Pt), four rebounds, one assist and one steal in 22 minutes Sunday in the Nets' 138-112 loss to the Suns.
With the Nets trailing by 26 points entering the fourth quarter, coach Kenny Atkinson elected to limit the minutes for all of the team's starters. The lack of extended playing time helped spell an end to Harris' eight-game double-digit scoring streak to open the campaign, a strong run that could represent the high point of the season for the 28-year-old. Though Harris has a deserved reputation as one of the game's top long-range specialists, his 51.1 percent mark from the field and 50 percent from distance still look unsustainable, even for a shooter of his caliber.
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