Harris said he's considering "several NBA options" for the 2019-20 season, the Dallas Morning News reports.
Interestingly, Dallas is not one of the teams showing interest in Harris, and at this point it's unclear if the 36-year-old will return to the league next season. Harris noted that he's "enjoying fatherhood," and he said he'll only return if "the right opportunity" arises. The Wisconsin product appeared in 68 games for the Mavs last season, averaging 6.3 points and 1.8 assists in just under 16 minutes per contest.
Harris provided 14 points (4-10 FG, 3-5 3Pt, 3-3 FT), five assists, three rebounds, and one block in 22 minutes during Tuesday's 120-109 win over the Suns.
Harris drew the start in this one and earned at least 20 minutes for the third straight game. He has reached double figures in two of the last five tilts. However, Harris is at best a dart throw in daily leagues heading into Wednesday's season finale versus the Spurs.
Harris will start at shooting guard Tuesday against the Suns, Bobby Karalla of the Mavericks' official site reports.
Harris will draw his first start of the season in what will be the Mavs' final home game of the year. Since March, he's averaging 5.8 points, 2.6 assists and 1.8 rebounds in 16.2 minutes.
Harris had six points (1-6 FG, 1-2 3Pt, 3-4 FT), two rebounds, and two assists in 19 minutes during Monday's 129-125 overtime loss to the Pelicans.
Harris was fairly quiet in this one after dishing out nine dimes during Saturday's win over the Cavaliers. The 36-year-old veteran isn't exactly part of the plan (developing the younger players) heading into the final stretch of the regular season. Still, coach Rick Carlisle orchestrates enough small-ball lineups that Harris typically earns double-digit minutes.
Harris (ankle) was upgraded to probable for Saturday's game against the Cavaliers.
Harris was limited to nine minutes during Thursday's loss to the Nuggets but appears on track to play Saturday. The veteran guard is averaging 6.1 points, 1.5 rebounds and 1.4 assists over 15.1 minutes this season.
Harris is listed as questionable for Saturday's game against the Cavaliers a left ankle sprain, Brad Townsend of The Dallas Morning News reports.
Harris played just nine minutes in Thursday's loss to the Nuggets, and he appears to have emerged with a sprained left ankle. It's unclear how severe it is, but more on Harris' status should be revealed by Saturday afternoon.
Harris totaled three points (0-4 FG, 0-1 3Pt, 3-6 FT), four rebounds, two assists, and one steal in 16 minutes during Saturday's 111-81 loss to the Grizzlies.
Harris continues to earn double-digit minutes more often than not. Nevertheless, his production remains minimal given that he's still operating in a reserve role on a team geared toward building for the future. Outside of the very deepest formats, Harris can be left on waiver wires.
Harris accumulated 15 points (6-11 FG, 1-4 3Pt, 2-3 FT), four rebounds and three assists in 23 minutes Thursday against the Pistons.
Harris found success with his shooting touch, draining 54.5 percent of his field goals in a 93-89 loss on the road. He's tallied just nine total points across his last three games combined entering Thursday's matchup, so it was good to see the former Badger find his rhythm. Harris finishes January with a 5.3 ppg and 1.3 apg average through 13 games.
Harris chipped in nine points (4-5 FG, 1-2 3Pt, 0-1 FT), three assists, one rebound, and one block in 11 minutes during Sunday's 119-114 loss to the Warriors.
Harris played well, albeit in limited minutes. The 35-year-old veteran has earned 20-plus minutes just once this season, and didn't see extended action in this one even though he was flourishing and Dennis Smith (sore back) sat out. It seems as though J.J. Barea (Achilles) being ruled out for the rest of the season may not result in an increased role for Harris.
Harris (back) isn't on the injury report for Monday's game against the Lakers.
Harris was held out of Saturday's matchup in Philadelphia due to back soreness, but it appears he's returned to health. He's averaging just 6.3 points, 1.9 rebounds and 1.0 assist over his previous five contests, so even when available he hasn't made much of an impact for his squad of late.
Harris (back) won't play in Saturday's tilt with Philadelphia, Serena Winters of NBC Sports Philadelphia reports.
The veteran guard won't play Saturday due to back soreness. With J.J. Barea (ankle) also out, there should be ample minutes on the table for Jalen Brunson and Ryan Broekhoff. The severity of Harris' injury is unclear, but he can be considered day-to-day for now.
Harris is questionable Saturday against the 76ers due to lower back tightness.
Harris has emerged from Friday's game with back tightness, and he may not be able to play Saturday. With J.J. Barea (ankle) also questionable, Jalen Brunson could see extra run if one or both are sidelined.
Harris collected 16 points (4-7 FG, 2-4 3Pt, 6-6 FT), three rebounds, one assist and one block across 17 minutes in the Mavericks' 122-119 win over the Pelicans on Wednesday.
Harris was incredibly efficient on a per-minute basis, and he provided 10 of his points in a key fourth quarter. The veteran guard's scoring total was his highest of December, and his 57.1 percent showing from the field marked his third time over the last five games with at least a 50 percent success rate from the floor. Harris' minutes rarely exceed the teens, however, so his offensive contributions are destined to fluctuate and often remain in the single digits.
Harris finished with 13 points (5-11 FG, 2-5 3Pt, 1-1 FT) and two rebounds across 19 minutes in the Mavericks' 125-121 loss to the Clippers on Thursday.
Along with fellow guard J.J. Barea, Harris provided valuable backcourt production off the bench in the high-scoring affair. The veteran's scoring total was his highest since Nov. 28, and he continues to be locked into a role that affords him minutes in the mid-teens at minimum on most nights. Playing time limitations do serve to cap his overall production, but Harris remains an option in deep formats and as a DFS punt play.
Harris had 20 points (6-8 FG, 5-6 3Pt, 3-3 FT), four assists, two blocks, and one rebound in 15 minutes during Wednesday's 128-108 victory over Houston.
Harris caught fire late, helping the Mavericks to an impressive 20 point road victory over the Rockets. Along with J.J. Barea, Harris led the way in the final quarter despite Houston's best efforts. Harris has now scored a combined 47 points over his last three games but continues to see limited playing time. He remains a deep league player but could be streamed in standard formats assuming you catch him on a hot night.
Harris said he's still dealing with the effects of the hamstring injury that cost him the first few weeks of the season, the Dallas Morning News reports. "Coming back from a hamstring, I don't feel like I'm moving at my pace," Harris said. "When you see me driving and getting (to the rim) that's more who I am instead of lingering out there shooting jump shots. I'm a downhill player. So when you see me getting there and getting to the free-throw line, it lets me know I'm getting back to being who I need to be."
At the end of that quote, Harris was referring to last week's game against Brooklyn, in which he scored a season-high 18 points and got to the free throw line 10 times in just 18 minutes off the bench. Harris came back down to earth on Saturday against Boston, finishing with nine points in 17 minutes, but he looks to be moving in the right direction, even as it sounds as though the hamstring may still be bothering him. Regardless, Harris remains a low-level fantasy option whose current role is too small to warrant ownership in most leagues.
Harris provided 18 points (4-7 FG, 2-5 3Pt, 8-10 FT), three rebounds, four steals and an assist in 18 minutes during Wednesday's 119-113 win over the Nets.
Harris didn't see much floor time but he definitely made those minutes count. His spark off the bench saved the day for the Mavs as he rattled off eight straight points to tie the game in the fourth quarter. Harris is stuck behind a crowded depth chart and won't see this kind of production often, as he's seen his usage in Dallas slide since the addition of Luka Doncic.
Harris contributed seven points (3-4 FG, 0-1 3Pt), three rebounds, three assists and a steal across 11 minutes in Saturday's 111-96 win over the Thunder.
Harris was back on the court after missing 10 games with a hamstring injury. Harris is currently buried on the depth chart and will have a lot of work ahead of him if he hopes to have a significant impact this season. The addition of Luka Doncic and the resurgent play of Wesley Matthews and J.J Barea gives Harris a razor-thin window of opportunity that severely limits any fantasy relevance he might have had at the beginning of the season.
Harris (hamstring) is available for Saturday's game against the Thunder.
Harris will make his first appearance since straining his left hamstring opening night against Phoenix. His workload off the bench figures to be limited. Once fully back into the swing of things he is nothing more than backcourt depth for the Mavericks.
Harris (hamstring) is "favorable" to play Saturday against Oklahoma City, Eddie Sefko of the Dallas Morning News reports.
That term comes courtesy of Rick Carlisle, who implied that Harris will have a good chance to make his season debut Saturday, though nothing is set in stone. If Harris does play, his workload will likely be rather limited, and he can be safely ignored in most fantasy formats.