Harris accounted for 36 points (16-25 FG, 3-8 3Pt, 1-1 FT), three rebounds, six assists, and two steals in 38 minutes Wednesday in Denver's loss to Boston.
Harris posted a career-high Wednesday in Boston, pouring in 36 points and nearly willing the Nuggets to victory on a night where the Celtics shot a season-high 59.5-percent from the field. The Nuggets have five players who average at least 14 points a game so far in the 2017-18 season. WIth Nikola Jokic (ankle) and Will Barton (back) out, there was a scoring void, and Harris filled it along with fellow guard Jamal Murray. When fully healthy, the Nuggets balanced attack limit each players fantasy value. Harris' production is consistently good but performances of this caliber are rare due to limited opportunity.
Harris scored 21 points (7-17 FG, 3-8 3Pt, 4-4 FT) while adding four assists, three rebounds and three steals in 43 minutes during Monday's 122-105 loss to the Mavericks.
While Denver's backcourt trio of Harris, Jamal Murray and Will Barton were combining for 66 points, the rest of the team did very little at either end of the court, with only Kenneth Faried even scoring in double digits. Harris in now averaging 18.1 points, 2.8 three-pointers, 2.8 boards, 2.7 assists and 2.3 steals over his last nine games, and there's no reason to think he'll slow down Wednesday on the road against a Pelicans squad that struggles with its perimeter defense.
Harris finished with 21 points (6-15 FG, 3-8 3Pt, 6-8 FT), three rebounds, three assists, three steals and two blocks in 40 minutes during Thursday's 111-110 victory over Chicago.
Harris continued his excellent play of late, with another all-around performance in a tough victory. He has been the Nuggets most consistent player so far this season, and with all their injuries, should play an even bigger role offensively for the team moving forward. He provides elite steals as well as efficiency from both the field and the free-throw line. He should continue to see minutes in the mid to high 30's until the Nuggets get some of their players back.
Harris poured in 18 points (6-16 FG, 4-11 3Pt, 2-2 FT) and added three rebounds, one assist and one block across 33 minutes in Tuesday's 106-77 loss to the Jazz.
The sharpshooting two-guard was one of the few bright spots for the Nuggets on a forgettable night, posting his seventh consecutive double-digit scoring total in the process. Harris has accomplished the feat the last two games despite a pair of rough shooting nights, as he's managed a mediocre 37.5 percent success rate (12-for-32) over that stretch. Even with the recent struggles, the 23-year-old is still shooting a career-best 44.0 percent from three-point range through 18 games.
Harris scored 20 points (8-13 FG, 3-7 3Pt, 1-2 FT) while adding three rebounds, three steals and two assists in 39 minutes during Monday's 114-98 win over the Kings.
It's his third straight game with at least 20 points, as Harris has returned to action from a minor shoulder injury with a vengeance. He's never shown this kind of upside on offense before, but with Jamal Murray attracting more defensive attention in the Nuggets' backcourt, Harris could continue seeing -- and burying -- lots of open looks.
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