Harrison has agreed to a contract with Turkish club Galatasaray, Sportnado.com reports.
Harrison appeared in nine games with the Mavericks last year, averaging 6.7 points on 27.5 percent shooting in 25.9 minutes. He spent most of the year in the G-League. There, he started 17 of his 41 appearances and averaged 18.7 points on 43.6 percent shooting. He was a notably good three-point shooter, drilling 2.8 per game at 42.5 percent. Still only 23 years old, Harrison will presumably use his time overseas to refine his skillset before attempting an NBA comeback.
Harrison tallied 12 points (2-10 FG, 2-7 3Pt, 6-6 FT), three rebounds, one assist and one block across 15 minutes during Wednesday's 89-74 summer league loss to the Clippers.
Harrison saw fairly limited minutes off the bench, but he wasn't afraid to launch up shots, finishing third on the team with 10 field goal attempts. He hit a meager 20 percent of those shots and just 28.6 percent of his three-pointers, though Harrison's work at the free-throw line still allowed him to hit double figures in scoring. At this point, it's unclear if Harrison will receive a training camp invite from the Wizards, but he should at least have one more shot at impressing the staff in a summer league consolation matchup in the coming few days.
Harrison posted 12 points (3-13 FG, 2-10 3Pt, 4-8 FT), six rebounds, two assists and one steal across 29 minutes during Friday's 72-59 summer league loss to the Cavaliers.
Though he struggled with efficiency across the board, Harrison was the team's third-leading scorer and secured a team-high six boards. The former Kentucky product will likely have to put together better outings if he hopes to make a roster spot in Washington.
Harrison will play for the Wizards' summer league team, Chase Hughes of NBC Sports Washington reports.
Harrison spent much of last season in the G League but did make nine appearances, including three starts, for the Mavs near the end of the season. The former Kentucky standout is a free agent this summer, and he'll look to parlay his summer league performance into a camp invite in the fall.
Harrison added 16 points (5-18 FG, 2-9 3Pt, 4-6 FT), four rebounds, two steals and one assist during the Mavericks' 124-97 home loss to the Suns on Tuesday.
Harrison struggled shooting the ball Tuesday, shooting a poor 27.8 percent from the field but did manage to make enough shots to post a new career high. The former Kentucky guard was in the G League almost all season long, but did manage to see minutes in nine Mavericks' games, in which he averaged 6.7 points and 2.7 rebounds.
Harrison will get the start at shooting guard for Tuesday's tilt against the Suns, Bobby Karalla of the Mavericks' official site reports.
With a majority of the Mavericks' regular rotational players sidelined for their season finale, Harrison should be in line for a relatively healthy workload. Thus, he should be a popular play in DFS formats.
Harrison will come off the bench for Friday's contest against Detroit, Bobby Karalla of the Mavericks' official site reports.
Harrison was thrown into the starting five Wednesday as a result of the team dealing with a myriad of injuries. However, with things clearing up for the team, Harrison will resume his usual role coming off the pine.
Harrison is starting at shooting guard for Wednesday's contest against the Magic, Mavericks radio play-by-play broadcaster Chuck Cooperstein reports.
With the Mavericks missing a myriad of players -- Dennis Smith (knee), Dirk Nowitzki (ankle), Harrison Barnes (rest), Dwight Powell (knee) and others -- coach Rick Carlisle will opt to deploy the newly-signed Harrison next to J.J. Barea in the backcourt. In six appearances with the team this season, Harrison is averaging 4.7 points, 2.7 rebounds and 1.3 assists in 20.7 minutes.
Harrison will sign a contract with the Mavericks to remain in Dallas for the rest of the season, Bobby Karalla of Mavs.com reports.
Since joining the Mavericks on a 10-day contract March 21, Harrison has seen action in four games, posting averages of 4.5 points, 2.3 rebounds and 1.0 assist across 20.5 minutes. He's provided a solid bench presence in the backcourt and should continue to do so over the last six games of the season. That said, despite having a role in the regular rotation, Harrison isn't putting up strong enough numbers to be a viable fantasy option in the bulk of fantasy leagues, so he can continue to be avoided for the time being.
Harrison will come off the bench Wednesday against the Lakers, Bobby Karalla of the Mavericks' official site reports.
With Dorian Finney-Smith returning after resting the previous game, Harrison will return to the bench. Harrison played 25 minutes in his spot start, but could see reduced minutes from the bench.
Harrison will start Tuesday against the Kings, Jason Jones of The Sacramento Bee reports.
Harrison signed a 10-day contract with the Mavericks last week and will now log his first career start. Look for Yogi Ferrell and Kyle Collinsworth to see minutes off the bench, with J.J. Barea (personal) out. Harrison has played in one other contest for the Mavericks, logging six points, two rebounds, an assist, a steal and a block through 20 minutes in last Thursday's loss to the Jazz.
Harrison will sign a 10-day contract with the Mavericks, Sam Amico of Fox Sports Ohio reports.
Harrison, a 6-foot-6 guard out of Kentucky, has played just 110 minutes at the NBA level since going unselected in the 2015 NBA Draft. He's played well in the G-League this season, however, earning him another shot -- this time with the Mavericks rather than the Hornets. With the G-League's Reno Bighorns, Harrison has averaged 18.7 points in 26.9 minutes, while notably drilling 2.8 threes at a 42.5 percent clip.
Harrison totaled 45 points (13-25 FG, 8-14 3Pt, 11-13 FT), seven rebounds, three assists and two steals during Saturday's 121-118 loss to the Blue.
Coming off his worst shooting game of the year Friday where he went 1-for-10 from the field, Harrison rebounded tremendously and produced a career high of 45 points which were 11 more than his previous mark. So far this season, the former Kentucky guard is averaging 18.7 points and 4.3 rebounds for Reno.
Harrison totaled 31 points (12-21 FG, 3-7 3Pt, 4-5 FT), five rebounds, three steals, one assists and one block during Wednesday's 109-106 loss to Iowa.
Harrison lead all scorers Wednesday as he was able to reach the 30-point mark for the fourth time this season. After going 9-for-11 from the three-point line on Mar. 10, the former Kentucky star has been struggling, shooting only 35.7 percent over his last two games. The 23-year-old guard is still averaging a fine 18.4 points and 4.3 rebounds per game for Reno.
Harrison recorded 31 points (11-14 FG, 9-11 3Pt), three rebounds and one assist during Saturday's 136-122 win at Texas.
The former Kentucky star had his best scoring game since pouring in 32 points back on Dec. 12, as he was able to shoot an impressive 81.8 percent from behind the arc Saturday. Harrison has been one of Reno's most reliable offensive performers this season, adding 18.1 points per game along with 4.3 rebounds.
Harrison rejoined the Reno Bighorns for Tuesday's game against the Northern Arizona Suns after participating the FIBA Qualifying Tournament for Team USA.
Harrison was away from the team for roughly two weeks, but he rejoined the Bighorns on Tuesday and played 22 minutes off the bench. Harrison finished with 24 points (8-15 FG, 3-4 3PT, 5-6 FT) to go with three rebounds.
Harrison will join 12 other G League stars as a member of the 2018 NBA G League USA roster for the upcoming International Challenge, per the G League.
The 23 year old former Hornet has been a standout for the Greensboro Swarm, averaging 17.3 points, 4.4 boards, 1.7 assists, 1.1 steals and 2.5 made threes per game over 32 contests. He and his fellow G League stars will face the Mexican National Team on Sunday, February 18th during NBA All-Star festivities.
Harrison registered 25 points (9-15 FG, 5-10 3Pt, 2-3 FT), six rebounds, two assists and two steals during Tuesday's wild win over Texas.
The former Kentucky guard looks like he has found his rhythm back in the NBA G-League. Aside from a couple poor scoring games, Harrison is constantly putting up great offensive numbers night in and night out. He is averaging 18.0 points and 4.4 rebounds with his stint on the Bighorns this year.
Harrison signed a contract with the D-League's Greensboro Swarm on Sunday, Rick Bonnell of The Charlotte Observer reports.
After going unclaimed off waivers upon being let go by the Hornets earlier in January, Harrison will stick with the organization's D-League affiliate, though he'll no longer have the benefit of a 15-man roster spot. Harrison could be called up to the Hornets, or any other team for that matter, if he impresses during his time with the Swarm.
Harrison will officially be waived by the Hornets on Tuesday, Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo! Sports reports.
Harrison's contract was set to become guaranteed for the rest of the season Friday, and the organization apparently valued the roster flexibility over maintaining control over the second-year guard. As was the case for much of his rookie season, Harrison has spent much of 2016-17 at the D-League level, making only five appearances at the NBA level. He could end up sticking with the Hornets' D-League affiliate, the Greensboro Swarm, if he goes unclaimed off waivers.