Harrison recorded 11 points (3-6 FG, 1-1 3Pt, 4-6 FT), five rebounds, one assist, one steal and one block across 18 minutes during Thursday's 121-111 win over the Raptors.
Harrison turned in his best performance of the season as he was one of seven Denver players to reach double figures in scoring and also added a season high of five boards. The 27-year-old guard has been a regular part of the rotation of late, but that could change when Monte Morris (hamstring) and Will Barton (hamstring) return.
Harrison closed with five points (2-4 FG, 0-1 3Pt, 1-1 FT), two steals and one assist in 14 minutes during Wednesday's 106-105 victory over Portland.
Harrison flashed his defensive upside despite playing limited minutes, something that could slide him into consideration as a possible streaming option. It sounds as though the team is going to be without Monte Morris (hamstring) for at least a handful of games and so if Harrison can carve out a consistent role off the bench, his production on the defensive end of the floor could be enough to warrant a look.
Harrison (COVID-19 protocols) played three minutes off the bench in Friday's 128-99 win over the Rockets, scoring two points (1-2 FG).
Harrison got the chance to make his Nuggets debut in garbage time after he cleared the NBA's health and safety protocols ahead of Friday's contest. Even with Jamal Murray (knee) out for the season, Harrison doesn't look like he'll be guaranteed a rotation role for Denver. All of Monte Morris (hamstring), Facundo Campazzo, Will Barton and PJ Dozier appear to rank ahead of Harrison in the pecking order for playing time at either backcourt spot.
Harrison (COVID-19 protocols) will be available for Friday's game against Houston, Harrison Wind of TheDNVR.com reports.
Harrison signed a two-way deal with Denver a week ago, and he will be available to debut Friday. The 27-year-old could see limited backup minutes on occasion now that Jamal Murray (knee) is done for the year.
Harrison (COVID-19 protocols) has been ruled out for Wednesday's game against the Heat.
The 27-year-old has yet to clear the league's health and safety protocols since signing his two-way deal with the Nuggets last week.
Harrison (COVID-19 protocols) is unavailable for Monday's game at Golden State.
Harrison signed a two-way deal with the Nuggets last week, but he can't join the team until he clears the league's health and safety protocols.
Harrison will not play Sunday against the Celtics due to health and safety protocols.
Harrison recently signed with the Nuggets. However, he'll need to and pass multiple COVID-19 tests before officially joining the team. His next chance to play arrives Monday against the Warriors.
Harrison and the Nuggets agreed Thursday on a two-way contract, Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN reports.
Denver plans to create room for Harrison by waiving forward Greg Whittington, who had been occupying one of the Nuggets' two available two-way slots. The 27-year-old Harrison will give the Nuggets a defensive-minded presence on the wing and at point guard, but he's unlikely to be included in head coach Michael Malone's regular rotation right away.
Harrison was waived by the Jazz on Wednesday.
The defensive-minded guard saw limited action with Utah. He appeared in 17 games, totaling 56 minutes and accumulating 17 points, nine rebounds, nine assists and two steals.
Harrison (ankle) will be available for Monday's matchup with the Thunder.
While Harrison has been cleared to play, he is unlikely to crack the rotation unless the game gets out of hand. He has played just one three-minute stint so far this season.
The Jazz list Harrison as probable for Monday's game against the Thunder with a right ankle sprain.
Harrison's injury likely won't prevent him from playing Monday, but don't expect him to crack head coach Quin Snyder's rotation unless the game turns into a blowout. The fourth-year wing has made one three-minute cameo through the Jazz's first two contests.
Harrison (hand) is available for Thursday's preseason game against the Clippers, Eric Walden of The Salt Lake Tribune reports.
Harrison will get the chance at playing in his first preseason game for Utah after suffering a hand fracture during the offseason. Coach Quin Snyder had the following to say about Harrison's availability: "The game will dictate if we use Shaq tonight. Shaq's still trying to figure out what's going on with us."
Harrison is recovering from a fracture in his hand, Sarah Todd of The Deseret News reports.
Harrison was recently signed by the Jazz but he won't be immediately available for his new squad after fracturing his hand in Los Angeles during a pickup game. The 27-year-old guard has already had the cast removed, but he is not fully practicing with the team quite yet. Harrison could miss the preseason as he works his way back to 100 percent.
The Bulls have opted not to extend a qualifying offer to Harrison on Monday, making him an unrestricted free agent, Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN reports.
Harrison was one of the Bulls' best defenders last season, but with a new regime in place they are choosing to go in another direction. After playing 24 games in Phoenix as a rookie, he has spent his last two seasons in Chicago. He saw his playing time decreased this past season from 19.6 minutes per game to 11.3. Overall he averaged 4.9 points, 2.0 rebounds, 1.1 assists and 0.8 steals in 2019-20.
Harrison contributed six points (3-9 FG, 0-1 3Pt), eight rebounds, four steals, three assists and one block across 36 minutes Sunday in the Bulls' 110-107 loss to the Nets.
After averaging 21.0 points on 63.6 percent shooting from the field the previous two games, Harrison unsurprisingly saw his offense take a step back, but he continued to shine defensively. Harrison has picked up five straight starts with wing players like Zach LaVine (quadriceps), Ryan Arcidiacono (Achilles), Chandler Hutchison (shoulder) and Kris Dunn (knee) all missing action of late, but only LaVine's return will likely represent a major threat to Harrison's fantasy utility in the near future. If LaVine remains out for Tuesday's game against the Cavaliers, Harrison should again make for an appealing streaming option for defensive stats.
Harrison racked up 25 points (9-14 FG, 5-6 3Pt, 2-2 FT), four rebounds, four assists, three steals and two blocks during Friday's 108-102 loss to the Pacers.
After scoring a season-high 17 points on Wednesday, Harrison promptly established a new best. He hit 17 midway through the third quarter and continued firing, clearly profiting from Zach LaVine's (quadriceps) vacated shares of the offense. Harrison still isn't a compelling play, but the continued production and defensive acumen may begin to lend credibility to help as a streaming option.
Harrison scored 17 points (5-8 FG, 3-3 3Pt, 4-6 FT), along with three steals, two assists and two rebounds across 29 minutes Wednesday, as the Bulls fell to the Timberwolves 115-108.
Harrison has been a valued piece of Chicago's rotations throughout the season, but that has never translated to any consistent fantasy value. Even if the Bulls were to remain depleted, Wednesday's scoring total likely exceeds reasonable expectations for Harrison.
Harrison will start Saturday's game against the Knicks, Chuck Swirsky of the Bulls Radio Network reports.
Harrison will make his first start since Nov. 25, getting the nod over Ryan Arcidiacono. Across Harrison's four starts this season, he's averaging 7.0 points, 4.5 rebounds, 3.8 assists and 1.3 steals in 21.5 minutes.
Harrison recorded 11 points (5-9 FG, 0-2 3Pt, 1-1 FT), three rebounds, two steals and two blocks in 21 minutes during Tuesday's loss against Oklahoma City.
Harrison played exceptionally well, providing an efficient 11 points while making an important defensive impact. He's seen his role expand of late and has received more than 11 minutes of run in each of his past five games. In that span, Harrison's averaging 8.0 points, 3.0 rebounds and 1.0 steal in 17.0 minutes.
Harrison supplied 13 points (6-12 FG, 0-3 3Pt, 1-2 FT), two rebounds and two assists in 18 minutes during Thursday's 103-93 loss to the Hornets.
Harrison reached double figures in scoring for the third time in his last six appearances. With Kris Dunn (knee) out for at least the next month, Harrison can likely be expected to continue earning decent minutes off the bench thanks to his defensive ability. Nevertheless, those considering Harrison probably shouldn't assume he'll replicate this offensive effort on a consistent basis.
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