Report: The Nets are unwilling to move sharpshooter Joe Harris

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Even though Kevin Durant has decided to stay with the Nets franchise, doesn’t mean that the team isn’t still looking to make moves to bolster their roster.

On a live Q&A, NBA insider Alex Schiffer discussed the ongoing interest in Indiana Pacer disgruntled center Myles Turner. A fan asked Schiffer, if the Nets sent Harris, would it be better for the salary cap, to which Schiffer reported:

I’ve been adamantly told the Nets don’t want to trade Joe Harris. They would probably have to send Seth Curry, Cam Thomas and some other assets in a multi-team deal to make a deal for Turner work. There are other veteran bigs on the market so we’ll see how the Nets address that, if at all.

Brooklyn is completely uninterested in shipping their three-point sharpshooter across the league. With Harris only playing in 14 games in 2021-22, it’s hard to determine his current value. However, in the 2020-21 season, Harris shot an impressive 47% from behind the arc as he averaged nearly 15 points per game.

Story originally appeared on Nets Wire