Harris produced 28 points (10-18 FG, 5-7 3Pt, 3-5 FT), two assists, one rebound and one steal in 39 minutes during Thursday's 134-123 victory over the Bucks.
The Nuggets connected on a league-high 24 three-pointers, thanks in part to Harris' 5-of-7 from beyond the arc. He was considered probably heading into the game and appeared untroubled as he saw 39 minutes of court-time. Along with Jamal Murray, Harris has had a breakout season and is an integral part of the teams recent run of success. He is currently the 30th ranked player in standard leagues and owners who managed to get him in the early-mid rounds of their drafts have to be ecstatic.
Harris (foot) will will start Thursday against the Bucks.
Harris was considered probable heading into the contest due to some bruising on his foot, but he will be all cleared for the Nuggets final game before entering the All-Star break. If he is bothered by the injury at all, look for Malik Beasley to potentially see more minutes off the bench.
Harris is listed as probable for Thursday's game against the Bucks due to a bruised right midfoot, Harrison Wind of BSNDenver.com reports.
Harris is a late addition to Thursday's injury report, but it doesn't look like the injury will cost him any time. There should be an official update on Harris' status prior to pregame warmups, but expect the shooting guard to be a full go in the team's final game before the All-Star break.
Harris delivered 15 points (7-17 FG, 1-3 3Pt), three assists and two steals across 35 minutes in Tuesday's 117-109 win over the Spurs.
Harris put together a solid but scoring-dependent stat line, with the performance qualifying as his fifth double-digit scoring effort in six February games. The fourth-year pro has been in a bit of a shooting slump, however, as he's posted no better than Tuesday's 41.2 percent success rate in the last three contests, and in four of the last five overall. Harris also failed to haul in at least one rebound for the first time in the last 13 games, but he continues to supplement his typically solid offensive numbers with above-average steal numbers.
Harris poured in 27 points (9-13 FG, 5-7 3Pt, 4-5 FT), two assists, one rebound, and one steal in 34 minutes during Monday's 121-104 win over the Hornets.
Harris scored 20-plus points for the 17th time in 2017-18 and matched his season high in made threes. Harris had 15 showings with 20-plus points in 2016-17, five in 2015-16, and none as a rookie in 2014-15, so he is just three 20-point games shy of equaling his combined total from his first three seasons.
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