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Gary Harris

Gary Harris

#14SG,
Pts
6.9
Reb
1.7
Ast
1.6
Bio
Height/Weight: 6' 4"/210 lbs
Born: Fishers, Indiana
College: Michigan State
Draft: 2014 1st round (19th pick) by the
  • Fastbreak

    Ex-Denver Nuggets Starter Will Be A Free Agent

    Gary Harris is coming off another solid year for the Orlando Magic. The former Michigan State star finished the regular season with averages of 6.9 points, 1.7 rebounds and 1.6 assists per contest while shooting 44.1% from the field and 37.1% from the three-point range in 54 games. Harris will be a free agent this summer who is available to sign with any team in the league. Gary Harris's exit interview media session 👇 pic.twitter.com/GIIC31u35d — Orlando Magic (@OrlandoMagic) May 7, 2024 Harris was the 19th pick in the 2014 NBA Draft and spent the first six and a half seasons of his career with the Denver Nuggets. He started in 325 regular season games for Devner. Dec 23, 2020; Denver, Colorado,

  • The Magic Insider

    NBA Free Agency: Magic's Backcourt Decisions Standing Front and Center

    With the 2023-24 season in the books, the Orlando Magic can set their sights on their most important offseason in recent memory. It begins with deciding who among their free agents the Magic want to keep. The backcourt, in particular, is where the biggest decisions lie ahead of NBA free agency, which begins June 30. Markelle Fultz and Gary Harris, two mainstays in Orlando's backcourt, are out of contract.

  • Orlando Sentinel

    Free agency awaits guard Gary Harris, who enjoys time with Magic

    Harris appeared in 54 games and made 27 starts, 21 of which came after the league's All-Star break. Harris shot 37.1% from beyond the arc in the regular season and averaged almost a full steal per game (0.9) starting alongside Jalen Suggs, Franz Wagner, Paolo Banchero and Wendell Carter Jr. “For us to get back to the playoffs where a lot of guys get that first playoff experience, get a Game 7, play the game at the highest level, that's what you want to do and that's what we were able to do,” Harris recently said.