Brooklyn Nets superstar small forward Kevin Durant was recently a guest on the Joe Budden Podcast, and the two-time NBA Finals MVP had a hilarious reaction to Houston Rockets wing Danuel House allegedly letting a female COVID-19 tester into his hotel room at Walt Disney World. House left the NBA bubble at Disney World after the league discovered he had an unauthorized guest in his hotel room for multiple hours.
Over the past few months, the NBA and its players have invested time and energy into the Black Lives Matter movement. There have been some horrific police shootings and killings over the past few months, which has forced many to take action, in order to better the lives of those who are disproportionally affected. When it comes to giving black people opportunities at the head coaching level, both the NBA and the NFL have been under scrutiny.
Harris and the Nets have been a first-class fit from the start. The 29-year-old Washington native arrived here in the summer of 2016 after spending his first two seasons as a pro in Cleveland following a standout collegiate career at the University of Virginia. Harris has steadily progressed throughout his time in Brooklyn, culminating in his career-high averages of 14.5 points and 4.3 rebounds per game last season.