Harris registered 19 points (8-12 FG, 1-3 3Pt, 2-2 FT), two rebounds and three assists across 39 minutes in Friday's overtime win over the Suns.
Harris has struggled at times as the Nuggets' third-best offensive option behind Nikola Jokic and Jamal Murray, but he showed a glimpse of what he can do when he's at his best Friday. Murray has surpassed the 15-point mark just twice this season, but perhaps this is the kind of performance he needs to get his season back on track. He is averaging 11.8 points per game through nine January appearances.
Harris posted eight points (2-11 FG, 2-7 3Pt, 2-4 FT), five rebounds and a steal across 25 minutes in Sunday's loss against the Jazz.
Harris was able to return from a two-game absence but, as it has been the trend during most of the season, he struggled from the field and was unable to get things going. He has posted four single-digit scoring performances across his first 11 games of the campaign and is only averaging 10.4 points per game.
Harris (personal) is off the injury report ahead of Sunday's game against the Jazz, Mike Singer of The Denver Post reports.
Harris has missed the past two games due to personal reasons but will be back in action Sunday. Over his past four appearances, he's averaging 15.0 points, 3.3 rebounds, 1.5 assists and 1.0 steals in 33.3 minutes.
Harris (personal) is out for Thursday's game against the Warriors, Mike Singer of The Denver Post reports.
Harris will miss his second game in a row due to personal reasons. PJ Dozier and Bol Bol will likely see increased roles with Harris out.
Harris (personal) is questionable for Thursday's game against the Warriors, Mike Singer of The Denver Post reports.
The 26-year-old missed Tuesday's matchup with the Nets due to unspecified personal reasons, and his status for Thursday's contest remains in question. Bol Bol received the start in Harris' place Tuesday, and PJ Dozier also had an increased role.
Harris (personal) is unavailable for Tuesday's game against the Nets, Mike Singer of The Denver Post reports.
Harris will be sidelined for Tuesday's contest due to unspecified personal reasons, and it's unclear if his availability for Thursday's game against Golden State will be affected. PJ Dozier and Facundo Campazzo should see increased run in his absence.
Harris is questionable for Tuesday's game at Brooklyn due to personal reasons.
The specifics of the issue remain unclear, but the 26-year-old's availability for Tuesday's contest is in question. Facundo Campazzo and PJ Dozier figure to have increased roles if Harris is ultimately ruled out.
Harris recorded 14 points (6-10 FG, 2-4 3Pt), three rebounds, two steals, an assist and a block across 32 minutes in Sunday's win over the Knicks.
Harris stock is undoubtedly trending up following a rough start to the season, and he has scored in double digits in four straight contests -- including two in which he reached the 15-point mark. Harris is averaging 15.0 points per game in that four-game stretch after opening the year with just 7.7 points per contest over his first six appearances.
Harris posted 21 points (7-11 FG, 5-8 3Pt, 2-4 FT), three rebounds, one assist and one steal in 28 minutes Saturday in the Nuggets' 115-103 win over the 76ers.
Harris feasted on a 76ers squad that was down to only seven available players due to injures and/or COVID-19 health and safety protocols, but he nonetheless continued his trend of encouraging performances. After shooting just 36.5 percent from the floor and 12.5 percent from distance over the Nuggets' first six games, Harris has finally found his touch over the past three contests, averaging 15.3 points on 60.7 percent shooting. Harris won't be able to maintain that level of shooting efficiency for an extended period, but the 26-year-old at least looks to be in a much better spot from a health standpoint after injuries cost him significant time the past two seasons and hindered his production as a result.
Harris registered 15 points (6-9 FG, 1-4 3Pt, 2-2 FT), four rebounds and an assist across 40 minutes in Thursday's 124-117 overtime loss to the Mavericks.
Thursday was Harris' best scoring performance of the season, and it's easy to brand the guard as a disappointment in the opening weeks of the 2021 campaign. While his field-goal percentage is fine, he's snakebit from beyond the arc. His 13.8 three-point conversion percentage is terrible and atypical for the usually accurate sharpshooter. As a starter and 30-minute player for the Nuggets. it's too soon to discount him in fantasy, but he must get his three-point shot together to remain relevant.
Harris recorded just two points (1-8 FG, 0-4 3Pt), two rebounds and a block across 25 minutes in Sunday's win at Minnesota.
The Nuggets ended their two-game losing run Sunday, but Harris was unable to shake off his shooting woes -- he has made just three shots from beyond the arc (on 24 attempts) and is averaging just 7.7 points per game across his first six appearances, all of them as a starter. That scoring average would easily be the worst of his career excepting his rookie year -- he averaged just 3.4 points per game, but playing just 13.1 minutes a night, during the 2014-15 season.
Harris is shooting just 15.0 percent from three through the Nuggets' first five games.
Harris has actually been great from two-point range this season, which is salvaging his scoring performances, as he's posting 8.8 points per game while shooting 62.5 percent from inside the arc. If Harris can find his three-ball, he should be in line for a solid season provided he stays aggressive.
Harris scored two points (1-5 FG, 0-2 3Pt) and collected one rebound, two assists and a steal in a loss to the Clippers on Friday.
After scoring 10 points in 42 minutes in Denver's first game of the campaign, Harris played only 22 minutes Friday and converted just one field goal in five attempts. Meanwhile, Will Barton played 29 minutes and contributed 15 points while PJ Dozier scored seven points in 19 minutes. Harris could see his minutes fluctuate on nights when he isn't producing, as was the case Christmas Day.
Harris ended with 11 points (5-11 Fg, 1-3 3Pt, 0-1 FT), three assists, two steals and two rebounds in 24 minutes during Saturday's 107-105 preseason loss to Golden State.
Harris looked excellent during Saturday's loss, playing well on both ends of the floor. After a couple of disappointing seasons, Harris appears to finally be healthy and ready to go. Due to his recent poor performances, Harris is falling in just about all drafts, quite often to the point of not being drafted at all. There is definite upside there, and if you are searching for a potential boost in steals, he is worth a look with your final pick.
Harris totaled 14 points (6-11 FG, 2-6 3Pt), six rebounds, one assist, one steal and one block in 37 minutes during Tuesday's 104-89 victory over the Clippers.
Harris was a key factor in the series-deciding victory on Tuesday despite scoring only 14 points. His wing defense has been invaluable for the Nuggets and although his production is far from mind-blowing, his impact is unquestionable. He finally appears to be fully healthy after battling injury throughout the seeding games. The Nuggets will now face the Lakers in the Western Conference Finals and Harris is going to need to be at his pesky best if they are to cause another upset.
Harris had 10 points (3-6 FG, 2-4 3Pt, 2-2 FT), six assists, four steals and one rebound in 35 minutes during Monday's 113-107 loss to the Clippers.
Harris continues to get better with every game as he works his way back from a lengthy absence. His offense is still a work in progress but his defensive production is beginning to take shape nicely. The Nuggets are going to need him to be a factor if they are to push the Clippers and any additional offensive output would be a welcome sight indeed.
Harris had 13 points (4-8 FG, 4-7 3Pt, 1-2 FT) and two steals in 29 minutes during Saturday's 110-101 victory over the Clippers.
Harris was finally able to contribute on the offensive end of the floor, nailing four triples on his way to 13 points. His peripheral numbers were lacking as has been the case with Harris in recent times. The Nuggets are going to need all the production they can get from their role players if they are to push the Clippers all the way.
Harris finished with only five points (2-5 FG, 1-4 3Pt), two assists, one rebound and one steal in 24 minutes during Thursday's 120-97 loss to the Clippers.
Harris shifted into the starting lineup at the expense of Monte Morris but that is where the positive news ends. Harris struggled mightily and is yet to put up any meaningful production for the Nuggets since returning from injury. His fall from grace in both fantasy and reality has been tough to deal with. At this stage, there is no reason to think he will change that in the short term.
Harris will draw the start for Thursday's Game 1 matchup with the Clippers, Tomer Azarly of ClutchPoints.com reports.
Harris played 21 and 26 minutes, respectively, in his past two games since returning to the rotation following a hip injury. This will be his first start since the resumption of NBA action, and he'll replace Monte Morris in the starting lineup.
Harris tallied just four points (1-9 FG, 1-5 3Pt, 1-2 FT), two rebounds, two blocks, one assist and one steal in 26 minutes during Monday's 80-78 Game 7 victory over Utah.
Harris upped his playing time on Monday but still looks extremely rusty, especially on the offensive end. Both teams struggled to shoot the ball in this one and so Harris is certainly not on his own in that regard. The Nuggets will now advance to play the Clippers in the second round and they are going to need Harris to better than this if they are to cause the upset.
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