Harrison re-signed Thursday with the Bulls on a one-year contract, Shams Charania of The Athletic reports.
The Bulls dropped Harrison from their 15-man roster just under two weeks ago, but the team was always eager to re-sign the defensive standout once it had more flexibility. Fortunately for the Bulls, Harrison went unclaimed off waivers, which allowed the team to negotiate with him on a new contract. The 25-year-old is expected to vie for a depth role in 2019-20 after averaging 6.5 points, 3.0 rebounds, 1.9 assists and 1.2 steals in 19.6 minutes per game over 73 contests last season.
Harrison was waived by the Bulls on Saturday, K.C. Johnson of the Chicago Tribune reports.
There hasn't been any word of Harrison departing from the summer league team, so he might still be playing. Harrison filled a solid role with the Bulls last season as the squad dealt with a myriad of injuries. However, with the team healthy and adding some depth, his spot on the roster was no longer safe.
Harrison registered 14 points (5-11 FG, 4-6 FT), six rebounds, two assists and five steals across 27 minutes during the Bulls' 96-76 win over the Lakers in a Las Vegas Summer League game Friday.
Harrison got summer league play off to an outstanding start with arguably the most well-rounded line of the night for the Bulls. The third-year pro has averaged over a steal per game in each of his first pair of campaigns, and his defensive prowess was in top form Friday. The Tulsa product may have a difficult time finding a path to meaningful minutes this coming season, however, as Chicago has fortified its overall backcourt depth.
Harrison will play for the Bulls during summer league.
Harrison saw solid run with the Bulls last season, starting 11 games and averaging 19.6 minutes per contest. However, his role is likely to be reduced with the Bulls upgrading the roster. As a result, he'll look to demonstrate that he's deserving of a rotational spot.
Harrison finished with 13 points (6-12 FG, 0-1 3Pt, 1-2 FT), seven rebounds, three assists, two blocks, and one steal in 28 minutes during Tuesday's 96-86 loss to New York.
Harrison continues his strong finish to the season and has certainly shown enough over the past couple of weeks to be considered for standard leagues moving forward. He is arguably a better option than Kris Dunn (back) but it remains to be seen exactly what his future holds.
Harrison is considered probable for Tuesday's game against New York due to a left ankle sprain.
Harrison evidently picked up the injury during Saturday night's contest against the Sixers, although he's expected to play through the issue and start for the Bulls. JaKarr Sampson would figure to enter the starting five in the event Harrison is ruled out.
Harrison produced 15 points (7-13 FG, 1-2 3Pt), four rebounds, two steals, two blocks, and one assist in 34 minutes during Wednesday's 115-114 win over the Wizards.
Harrison had been listed as probable due to a strained left shoulder but gave it a go and registered a quality stat line. He continues to make a big impact defensively, plus Harrison has also reached double figures in scoring in four of the last five games. With the team dealing with a long list of injuries, Harrison is likely to continue earning ample time across the final three tilts.
Harrison is probable for Wednesday's game against the Wizards due to a strained left shoulder.
Harrison is dealing with a shoulder injury following Monday's loss to the Knicks. However, the issue isn't expected to keep him out Wednesday.
Harrison compiled 15 points (6-15 FG, 0-3 3Pt, 3-5 FT), eight rebounds, two assists, one steal, and one block in 32 minutes during Saturday's 124-101 loss to the Raptors.
Harrison was effective again Saturday, chipping in across the board in the 23-point loss to the Raptors. Harrison has been excellent over the two weeks, making the most of his increased role. He has scored in double-digits in five of his last seven games while adding 45 rebounds, 19 assists, and 16 steals. The Bulls are basically running out a G-League team and Harrison should continue to receive plenty of run down the stretch making him a serviceable 12-team asset.
Harrison contributed 21 points (10-17 FG, 1-2 3Pt, 0-1 FT), 10 rebounds, two assists and two steals across 30 minutes in Wednesday's 118-98 loss to the Trail Blazers.
Harrison has now started five games for the Bulls, averaging 13.2 points, 6.6 rebounds, 2.0 assists and 2.8 steals from the guard spot. His defensive work has certainly helped him earn more time, and the Bulls have minutes to allocate in what is a lost season for the team.
Harrison totaled six points (2-9 FG, 2-2 FT), nine rebounds, two assists, two blocks and a steal over 39 minutes in the Bulls' loss to the Jazz on Saturday.
Harrison got another start in Saturday's loss, pacing the Bulls in minutes in a blowout loss. Although he scored only six points, he still had a productive game with solid rebounding and defensive stats. Expect Harrison to continue to see heavy minutes over the rest of the season.
Harrison totaled 18 points (7-13 FG, 1-1 3Pt, 3-3 FT), six rebounds and four steals across 39 minutes in the Bulls' win over the Wizards on Wednesday.
Harrison had a big game playing in the starting lineup in Wednesday's win. He scored his second-most points of the season while recording four steals for the second straight game. Playing in place of the injured Otto Porter (shoulder), Harrison has been effective and may see more playing time with the Bulls eliminated from the playoffs.
Harrison tallied six points (3-9 FG), four steals, three rebounds, and one assist in 33 minutes during Monday's 116-101 victory over the Suns.
With Otto Porter (shoulder) on the sidelines, Harrison moved into the starting lineup Monday, coming away with four steals in 33 minutes. Those who streamed him in would have loved to have seen more on the offensive end but have to be thrilled with the steal numbers. If Harrison ever manages to carve out a regular 30-minute role, he would certainly have to be considered in standard formats. That seems unlikely at this stage and he will continue to serve as a steals streamer on nights others are injured.
Harrison will draw the start Monday against the Suns, Gina Mizell of The Athletic reports.
With Otto Porter out, Harrison will slide in and join the starters. Harrison is averaging 24.0 minutes over his last four games, and could see an even larger role with the starters. Harrison should see an increased role for the duration of Porter's absence.
Harrison finished with 11 points (5-6 FG, 1-1 FT), seven assists, four rebounds, and one steal in 20 minutes during Sunday's 129-102 loss to Sacramento.
Harrison joined much of the second unit in playing a greater role than normal with the game out of reach early on. He amassed 11 points to go with seven assists, demonstrating his ability to produce even in restricted playing time. If he is ever able to carve out a sizeable enough role, he could become a fantasy asset in deeper formats. That does not appear to be imminent and he can be ignored almost everywhere.
Harrison collected eight points (3-4 FG, 2-2 FT), four rebounds, and three steals in 14 minutes during Friday's 110-109 win over the Magic.
Harrison has snagged at least three steals six times through 50 appearances this season, including twice in the last six tilts. He's not a particularly appealing option outside of the deepest leagues, but he has earned double-digit minutes in nine straight matchups.
Harrison scored 10 points (4-6 FG, 1-1 3Pt, 1-1 FT) and collected three assists along with a steal in 17 minutes Saturday against Charlotte.
Harrison ended January in a bit of a slump, registering just 12 total points across his last four games of the month, but he's off to a hot start in February after notching his eighth double-figure scoring output of the 2018-19 campaign. While the 25-year-old was efficient in 17 minutes of action, his fantasy appeal remains limited based on his current role on a struggling Chicago team.
Harrison had one point (1-2 FT), one rebound, and one assist in 17 minutes during Saturday's 117-103 loss to the Heat.
Harrison (illness) was able to give it a go but didn't make much noise in the box score. He's highly inefficient offensively, with his lone draw being his ability to consistently swipe steals (1.2 per game) despite averaging just 17.6 minutes across 37 appearances.
Harrison (illness) will be able to play in Saturday's game against the Heat, Mike McGraw of the Chicago Daily Herald reports.
Harrison has been dealing with the flu, but appears to be good-to-go Saturday. He's not much of a fantasy factor and is averaging just 5.8 points, 2.7 rebounds and 1.7 assists in 17.6 minutes per game on the season.
Harrison has the flu and did not practice Friday, Mike McGraw of the Chicago Daily Herald reports. His status for Satuday's game against the Heat is in question.
The point guard is feeling under the weather and may not be able to participate in the Bulls' game Saturday. If he misses the contest, Ryan Arcidiacono, Wayne Selden and Antonio Blakeney could see more run.
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