Joe Harris scored 11 points Saturday, going 4 of 9 from the field, as the Brooklyn Nets defeated the New York Knicks 112-104. Harris pulled down three rebounds and had three assists, tallying a plus-minus of +7 in his 27:10 of playing time. Harris went 2 of 4 from behind the arc.
Joe Harris scored six points Friday, going 2 of 8 from the field, as the Brooklyn Nets topped the Toronto Raptors 106-105 in overtime. Harris pulled down nine rebounds and dished out two assists, tallying a plus-minus of -1 in his 35:33 of playing time. Harris went 1 of 3 from 3-point range.
Harris (tight left adductor) will be available to play Wednesday against the Thunder after missing the last three games.
Advice: Harris' shot has been off lately so perhaps the injury had something to do with it. After averaging 14 points on 57.1 percent shooting and 57.8 percent on 3s in his first 13 contests, he is averaging 11.2 points on 38.5 percent shooting and 26.9 percent on 3-pointers in his last nine.
Joe Harris (left adductor strain) is probable to play Wednesday vs. the Thunder.
Advice: Harris has missed the past three games, but it sounds like he'll be back in action tonight, which could shift Spencer Dinwiddie back to the second unit. Allen Crabbe and Shabazz Napier's minutes will likely take a hit with Harris back in the rotation.
Joe Harris (groin) will start over Spencer Dinwiddie against the Thunder on Wednesday.
Advice: His adductor strain kept him out since Friday, but the Nets have said all along that they wanted him to take his time to get over the injury. Harris has been one of the best shooters in the NBA, making 44.0% from deep for his 2.3 makes per game. He's not going to have a minutes cap and should be owned in competitive leagues. Dinwiddie should still be a solid hold for his counting stats.
Joe Harris scored 19 points in a brutal 114-112 loss to the Thunder on Wednesday, adding seven rebounds, two assists, one steal and three 3-pointers in 34 minutes.
Advice: The Nets said they were going to handle Harris carefully following tightness in his adductor, so not surprisingly his minutes were right back to normal after a week off. Harris has started every game and he's endeared himself to coach Kenny Atkinson, so Harris should be a hold in standard leagues.
Joe Harris scored 19 points Wednesday on 6-of-12 shooting as the Brooklyn Nets lost to the Oklahoma City Thunder 114-112. Harris pulled down seven rebounds and dished out two assists, tallying a plus-minus of +10 in his 33:47 on the floor. He added one steal. Harris went 3 of 4 from 3-point range.
Joe Harris (left adductor tightness) will not suit up for Monday's game against the Cavs.
Advice: This will be the third straight game out of the lineup for Harris, which should translate to another start for Spencer Dinwiddie and more minutes for DeMarre Carroll, Allen Crabbe and Shabazz Napier. The Nets play again on Wednesday vs. the Thunder, and for now, we'll be considering Harris questionable for that one.
Joe Harris (left adductor tightness) is questionable to play vs. the Cavs on Monday.
Advice: Harris sat out Saturday's game and it's encouraging that the injury is only being called 'tightness'. If he is forced to miss another game, Spencer Dinwiddie will likely get another start with DeMarre Carroll and Allen Crabbe also picking up more minutes.
Joe Harris (left adductor tightness) has been ruled out of Saturday's game vs. the Wizards.
Advice: Harris has started each of the Nets first 22 games this season, before missing both Friday's loss to the Grizzlies, and now Saturday's matchup vs. the Wizards. Spencer Dinwiddie moved into the starting lineup on Friday and finished with 15 points, five assists, two rebounds and two triples in 43 minutes. DeMarre Carroll logged 38 minutes off the bench and tallied 21 points and 12 rebounds. Both players are worth DFS consideration on Saturday.