Harris tallied 15 points (7-11 FG, 0-1 3Pt, 1-2 FT), six rebounds, and three assists in 39 minutes during Sunday's 100-96 loss to the Trail Blazers.
Harris ended Sunday's heartbreaking loss with 15 points on 7-of-11 shooting. He was the only Nuggets' player to eclipse 50 percent from the field, a stat that certainly contributed to the loss. This ends what has been a disappointing season for Harris, albeit due to a number of injuries. To be fair, he has appeared somewhat rejuvenated during the playoffs and the hope would be that he can continue that kind of form moving forward. He is likely to fall in a number of fantasy drafts next season and could be a sneaky late round pick should he be able to recapture the form from just 12 months ago.
Harris registered 15 points (4-11 FG, 3-8 3Pt, 4-4 FT), five assists, three rebounds and three steals across 40 minutes during the Nuggets' 119-108 loss to the Trail Blazers in Game 6 of their Western Conference semifinal-round playoff series Thursday.
It was another well-rounded line for Harris, who'd upped his scoring over that of the previous contest in each game thus far until Thursday. The 24-year-old guard's total was actually just one point less than Tuesday's Game 5, however, while his 37.5 percent success rate from three-point range was his best since the series opener back on April 29. Harris will be counted on once again for his strong complementary numbers in Sunday's Game 7.
Harris furnished 16 points (5-12 FG, 0-2 3Pt, 6-6 FT), six rebounds, two assists and two steals across 37 minutes during the Nuggets' 124-98 win over the Trail Blazers in Game 5 of their Western Conference semifinal-round playoff series Tuesday.
Harris has seen his shooting percentage drop over that of the prior game in each of the last two contests, but he's also increased his scoring in each outing of the series thus far. The veteran two-guard will look to continue his strong play in Thursday's potential series-clinching Game 6.
Harris poured in 13 points (6-12 FG, 1-4 3Pt) and added four rebounds, one assist, three steals and one block across 50 minutes during the Nuggets' 140-137 quadruple-overtime loss to the Trail Blazers in Game 3 of their Western Conference semifinal-round series Friday.
Harris was much less involved than some of his other teammates, but he put together a strong shooting performance in the loss. The 2014 first-round pick had shot no better than 40.0 percent in any of his previous three postseason games dating back to Game 7 of the first-round series against the Spurs, and he'll look to keep up his improved accuracy in Game 4 on Sunday.
Harris totaled 11 points (4-10 FG, 1-3 3Pt, 2-2 FT), five rebounds, three assists, and two blocks in 41 minutes during Saturday's 90-86 victory over San Antonio.
Harris managed 11 points in 41 minutes Saturday, providing solid enough contributions in the Game 7 victory. He has looked a little better over the course of the playoffs but will need to step up even further as the Nuggets look to advance to the Conference Finals.
Harris totaled 12 points (4-13 FG, 2-5 3Pt, 2-4 FT), seven assists, four rebounds and a steal over 33 minutes in the Nuggets' loss to the Spurs on Thursday.
Harris finished Thursday's loss with a well-rounded stat line as the Nuggets fell to a 2-1 series hole. Harris has been productive in the series, averaging 18.3 points and 5.0 rebounds in three games.
Harris had 23 points (10-16 FG, 3-6 3Pt, 0-1 FT), five rebounds, and one assist in 35 minutes during Tuesday's 114-105 Game 2 win over the Spurs.
Harris struggled throughout the vast majority of the regular season. However, he's off to a strong start here in the playoffs, having combined for 43 points while connecting on 17-of-28 field goal attempts across these first two contests.
Harris had 20 points (7-12 FG, 1-3 3Pt, 5-5 FT), three rebounds, one assist, and one block in 37 minutes during Saturday's 101-96 loss to San Antonio.
Harris was the only starter for the Nuggets to shoot in excess of 50 percent, ending with 20 points on 7-of-12 shooting. The points were nice but unfortunately, his supporting numbers were lacking. Harris has looked better over the past few games but that cannot take away from the fact that he has been a big disappointment this season. The Nuggets will look to bounce back in game two Tuesday, hoping to head back to San Antonio locked at 1-1.
Harris had 14 points (5-11 FG, 0-3 3Pt, 4-5 FT), three rebounds, one assist, one steal, and one block in 39 minutes during Wednesday's 99-95 victory over Minnesota.
Harris managed 14 points on 5-of-11 shooting Wednesday, continuing to improve, if only ever so slightly. He has scored in double-digits in four of his last five games and is certainly looking more like the player he was last season. That being said, this season has been a disaster for Harris and those who drafted him. His playoff numbers are likely going to have a huge impact on next season's ADP and potential owners should keep an eye on him even though the fantasy season has come to an end.
Harris posted 18 points (8-12 FG, 1-2 3Pt, 1-3 FT), two rebounds and one assist across 24 minutes in the Nuggets' 115-108 loss to the Trail Blazers on Sunday.
Harris' scoring tally paced the Nuggets on a night when Jamal Murray, Nikola Jokic and Paul Millsap all sat for rest. Point totals such as Sunday's have been hard to come by for Harris lately, as he'd last scored more than 18 points back on March 6. The 24-year-old's yo-yo production has largely been the byproduct of poor shooting -- even factoring in Sunday's 66.7 percent effort, Harris' 42.2 percent success rate for the season is his lowest since his rookie 2014-15 campaign.
Harris finished with eight points (3-7 FG, 2-4 3Pt), four assists, two steals and a rebound across 31 minutes in the Nuggets' win over the Thunder on Friday.
Harris finished with a less productive stat line than usual in Friday's win. He hasn't been a huge contributor for the Nuggets this season, but he's practically invisible when Jamal Murray and Nikola Jokic are cooking. That will probably be the case more often than not over the final couple of weeks of the NBA season.
Harris totaled 11 points (4-11 FG, 3-5 3Pt), three assists and two rebounds over 29 minutes in the Nuggets' loss to the Rockets on Thursday.
Harris put up a stat line akin to his recent production in Thursday's loss. Since re-entering the starting lineup, he's averaged 10.9 points, 2.9 rebounds and 1.7 assists over his last 12 games, and his services are best reserved for deep leagues.
Harris had 15 points (6-15 FG, 1-4 3Pt, 2-4 FT), five rebounds, two steals, and one assist in 29 minutes during Thursday's 113-108 win over the Wizards.
Harris has reached double figures in scoring in three straight games (and four of the last five). However, he has made at least 50 percent of his field goal attempts only once during this recent stretch, and at this point he's not contributing enough in the other categories to warrant consideration outside of deeper formats.
Harris finished with just six points (0-2 FG, 6-8 FT), two rebounds, and one assist in 22 minutes during Friday's 122-105 loss to the Warriors.
Harris was dreadful Friday, missing both of his field-goal attempts, finishing with six points in 22 minutes. He has not been the same since returning from injury, outside of one strong performance. The entire starting unit was roasted in this one and so there is scope to give him one more game before moving on. That being said, we wouldn't blame you if you decided to cut bait right now and hit the waivers.
Harris poured in 19 points (8-11 FG, 2-4 3Pt, 1-1 FT) and added six rebounds, four assists and one steal across 30 minutes in the Nuggets' 115-99 win over the Lakers on Wednesday.
Following a string of poor shooting efforts, Harris finally looked like himself Wednesday, draining 72.7 percent of his attempts for his most successful night from the field since Nov. 15. Prior to Wednesday, Harris had scored in double digits only once in the six games he'd played since returning from a groin injury, so perhaps his successful performance against the Lakers will kick-start his offensive production.
Harris totaled just eight points (3-9 FG, 1-3 3Pt, 1-1 FT), two assists, one steal, and one block in 26 minutes during Saturday's 120-112 loss to the Pelicans.
Harris moved back into the starting lineup Saturday but failed to come through for his owners. He has been very disappointing since making his return from injury and the time may have come for him to be dropped in many formats. If you are sitting nicely at the top of your standings, perhaps you could hold on to see if he can get things going. His playing time is increasing ever so slowly and for those in need of immediate gratification, a more appealing option may be available on the waivers.
Harris will start Saturday's game against the Pelicans, Nick Kosmider of The Athletic reports.
Coach Michael Malone said pre-game Saturday that Harris was expected to return to the starting lineup within the week when his minutes restriction was removed, but there was no expectation that would occur against the Pelicans. Harris averaged 15.5 points, 3.1 rebounds, 2.9 assists and 1.1 steals as a starter, but has mostly struggled off the bench the last four games since returning from the groin injury. Reports indicate Harris remains on a minutes restriction.
Harris will start Saturday's game against the Pelicans, Christian Clark of BSNDenver.com reports.
Coach Michael Malone, earlier in the day, implied Harris wouldn't return to the starting five until next week and/or when his minutes restriction was lifted. However, coach Malone has made the decision to start Harris Saturday, and the Nuggets will roll with the starting five they opened the season with. Reports indicate Harris remains on a minutes restriction Saturday.
Coach Michael Malone intimated that he expects Harris to return to the starting five within the next week, Mike Singer of The Denver Post reports.
Harris has been coming off the bench since his return from a groin injury, averaging 8.8 points on 35.7 percent shooting across 22.3 minutes. Coach Malone noted that he's waiting for Harris' minutes limit to increase before designating him as a starter again. As a starter this season, Harris has averaged 15.5 points, 3.1 rebounds, 2.9 assists and 1.1 steals.
Harris finished with just eight points, four rebounds, and four assists in 23 minutes during Thursday's 111-106 loss to Utah.
Harris played 23 minutes again Thursday but failed to put up numbers worthy of a standard league roster spot. The Denver backcourt is quite crowded and Harris is struggling to find an identity. If there is a hot free agent available, dropping Harris is not the worst idea. He will likely get better but time is of the essence right now with the fantasy playoffs just around the corner.
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