Harris (neck) will start Monday at Detroit but could face a minutes restriction, Josh Robbins of The Athletic reports.
The 26-year-old was considered probable due to soreness in his neck, so it's not a major surprise he's still in the lineup Monday. Harris has averaged 11.0 points, 3.8 assists, 2.8 rebounds and 1.0 steals in 31.2 minutes over the past five games, but he may see a bit less playing time versus the Pistons.
Harris is listed as probable for Monday's game against the Pistons due to a sore neck.
Harris is a late addition to the injury report, but it looks like he's still on course to play in a matchup between two teams fighting for lottery positioning in the East. The ex-Nugget has started the last 10 games for Orlando, averaging 11.8 points, 3.2 assists 2.0 rebounds and 1.2 threes in that stretch.
Harris had five points (2-7 FG, 0-1 3Pt, 1-2 FT), four assists and a rebound across 24 minutes in Saturday's win over Memphis.
Harris has been very inconsistent on a game-to-game basis and has posted three single-digit scoring performances over his last five games. While he's able to deliver decent figures on a nightly basis, he hasn't looked like a reliable scoring threat since joining the Magic -- and that undoubtedly hinders his fantasy upside.
Harris scored 19 points (9-16 FG, 1-4 3Pt) to go along with seven assists, six rebounds and one block across 34 minutes in Wednesday's win over the Cavaliers.
Harris paced the team with 16 field-goal attempts, which he turned into 19 points -- his highest-scoring effort since Jan. 9. He also took over plenty of ball-handling duties and matched a season high with seven assists. The Magic backcourt was missing both Michael Carter-Williams (ankle) and Terrence Ross (back), and if they remain absent, Harris should keep seeing extra opportunities.
Harris tallied 17 points (3-12 FG, 2-6 3Pt, 9-9 FT), one rebound, one assist and one steal across 35 minutes Monday in the 114-103 loss to the Lakers.
Harris managed to have a decent scoring night despite hitting just 25.0 percent of his shots thanks to him making all nine free throws. His 17 points were the most he's scored for the Magic and his highest total since dropping 21 on Jan. 9 as a member of the Nuggets. Harris has close to zero fantasy value outside of scoring, and even then he's been hit or miss.
Harris tallied 11 points (3-8 FG, 2-2 3Pt, 3-4 FT) and two rebounds in 23 minutes during Thursday's 135-100 loss to the Pelicans.
The 26-year-old has now scored double-digit points in four out of his last five games, a span in which he's averaging 12.6 points, 2.6 assists and 1.6 three-pointers. Harris has started and played at least 23 minutes in each of his last six contests, so feel free to stream him in deeper formats if you need points, three-pointers and steals.
Harris recorded seven points (0-7 FG, 0-2 3Pt, 7-8 FT), four assists, two steals, one rebound and one block in 26 minutes during Friday's 113-102 loss to the Raptors.
The 26-year-old had his worst game as a member of the Magic, as he missed all seven of his field-goal attempts. He salvaged his night by going seven-of-eight from the charity stripe while contributing across the board. The seventh-year guard has now started the past two games and will look to bounce back shooting-wise Sunday at home against the Rockets.
Harris contributed 15 points (5-10 FG, 3-4 3Pt, 2-2 FT), six assists, two rebounds and a block in Wednesday's victory over the Bulls.
The Magic have increased the minutes for Harris in his last two outings and have been rewarded with increased production as a result. Though backup Terrence Ross played one more minute than Harris, it was the latter who was more effective on offense. Next up for Harris and the Magic is a trip to Tampa to take on the Raptors.
Harris will start Wednesday's game against the Bulls.
As expected, following a one-game absence for rest, Harris will be back in the starting five. During his first two games with the Magic, he totaled 17 points, three rebounds, three assists, one steal and one block.
Harris (injury management) will not play Monday against the Spurs.
After starting and playing 27 minutes in Sunday's loss to Milwaukee, Harris will get the night off as the Magic play on the second half of a back-to-back. Harris finished Monday's game with nine points, two assists, a steal and a block.
Harris is starting Sunday's game against the Bucks.
Harris came off the bench during his first game back on the court Friday, recording eight points (2-10 FG, 0-2 3Pt, 4-4 FT), three rebounds and one assist in 18 minutes. He'll move into the starting five Sunday with Chuma Okeke (hip) sidelined.
Harris (thigh) played 18 minutes off the bench in Friday's 111-106 loss to the Pacers, tallying eight points (2-10 FG, 0-2 3Pt, 4-4 FT), three rebounds and one assist.
Harris hadn't played since Feb. 17 due to a left adductor strain, an injury he sustained while still a member of the Nuggets. Denver then sent him to Orlando on March 25 as part of the deal that sent Aaron Gordon to the Nuggets, but Harris still needed two more weeks to rehab his injury before he was able to debut for his new team. The Magic restricted Harris' minutes and limited him to a reserve role in his first game, but he could eventually unseat Dwayne Bacon for a starting job on the wing once he gets fully ramped up.
Harris will have a minutes limit Friday against the Pacers, Roy Parry of the Orlando Sentinel reports.
According to head coach Steve Clifford, Harris' minutes will be limited as he works his way back into playing shape after a 23-game absence due to a thigh injury. It's unclear how he'll fit into Orlando's rotation going forward, but expectations should be tempered for Harris as he makes his debut with his new team Friday.
Harris (thigh) is not listed on the injury report ahead of Friday's game against the Pacers.
Harris looks like he'll be available to make his debut with Orlando on Friday after he had been sidelined since mid-February with a thigh injury. Harris will likely receive a limited workload off the bench in his return.
Harris (thigh) has a "good possibility" of playing Friday against the Pacers, Josh Robbins of The Athletic reports.
Harris hasn't played since Feb. 17 but is on the verge of making his Magic debut. After such a long layoff, we shouldn't be surprised if Harris is on a minutes limit in his first game back, whether that occurs Friday or later. His presence on the Magic could result in fewer minutes for Dwayne Bacon and James Ennis.
Coach Steve Clifford said Harris (thigh) practiced Tuesday but will not play in Wednesday's game against the Wizards, Josh Robbins of The Athletic reports.
Harris has yet to debut for Orlando, but it's a positive sign that he was able to join the team for practice. While his debut won't come in Wednesday's game, he could potentially return for Friday's outing against the Pacers. It's unclear how big of a role Harris would take on upon returning, but it's not like the team is chock-full of high-level talent at the shooting guard position.
Harris (thigh) could play within the next two weeks, Philip Rossman-Reich of OrlandoMagicDaily.com reports.
A strained left adductor has kept Harris out since Feb. 19. Since then, he's changed teams, and the Magic are hopeful that the shooting guard will be able to see the court sooner rather than later. Once he plays, he may start.
Harris (thigh) was traded to the Magic on Thursday, along with R.J. Hampton and a future first-round pick, in exchange for Aaron Gordon and Gary Clark, Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN reports.
The veteran was a key piece for the Nuggets a few years ago, but he's dealt with significant injury issues in each of the last five seasons, which has essentially forced Denver to consider other options. The veteran, who's appeared in only 19 games this season and is currently nursing a thigh injury, moves to a highly unfavorable situation in Orlando, as the Magic are entering a full rebuild and are likely to focus their attention on developing younger players. With that in mind, there likely won't be much motivation to funnel minutes toward Harris whenever he's cleared to return.
Coach Michael Malone said Harris (thigh) will be unavailable for the "foreseeable future," Mike Singer of The Denver Post reports.
Malone didn't have any timeline for the 26-year-old, but it's safe to declare Harris out indefinitely until the team indicates otherwise. Harris last saw game action Feb. 17 at Washington, which was his only game action in 20 contests since the start of February.
Harris (thigh) has been ruled out for Wednesday's game against the Hornets, Harrison Wind of TheDNVR.com reports.
Harris continues to deal with a left thigh strain that has kept him out for 18 of the last 19 games. It's not yet clear when he'll return.
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