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  • Aaron Harrison
    G, Boston Celtics

    Aaron Harrison will play summer league ball for the Celtics.

    The twin brother of Andrew Harrison, Aaron had stints with the Hornets and Mavs after going undrafted in 2015. He had a decent season in Turkey last season so the former Kentucky Wildcat will try his best to make it onto an NBA roster again.

    Source: Jonathan Givony on Twitter

  • Aaron Harrison
    G, Dallas Mavericks

    Aaron Harrison has signed a deal with Turkish team Galatasaray.

    Harrison spent a little time with the Mavs last season but his NBA prospects are hanging by a thread. It's only a one-year deal so we'll see if he can get back on the radar next summer.

    Source: Sportando

  • Aaron Harrison
    G, Dallas Mavericks

    According to Sportando, Turkish powerhouse Galatasaray is close to signing guard Aaron Harrison and forward Nigel Hayes.

    Harrison played 9 games with the Mavs last season, averaging 6.7 points per game while Hayes had stints with the Lakers, the Kings, and the Raptors. Both players have no international experience and should be looking to establish themselves overseas before attempting a comeback to the NBA.

    Source: Sportando

  • Aaron Harrison
    SG, Dallas Mavericks

    Aaron Harrison was on the court for all 48 minutes in Tuesday's season finale, posting 16 points, four rebounds, two steals and two triples.

    Harrison also shot 5-of-18, which probably undoes a lot of good if you ended up streaming him tonight. He'll finish as a top-350 player in his short eight-game stint with the Mavs but needed a few big-minute games to really make any noise.

  • Dennis Smith Jr.
    PG, Dallas Mavericks

    Salah Mejri, Dwight Powell and Dennis Smith Jr. are all listed as questionable for Friday’s game vs. Detroit with various knee injuries.

    We will need to update you more when we hear their statuses tomorrow as the Mavericks rotation could get very sloppy. Powell and Smith Jr. missed the Mavericks game versus Orlando and Mejri exited after only one minute played. Kyle Collinsworth flirted with a triple double off of the bench while Aaron Harrison and Johnathan Motley played 42 and 41 minutes respectively. If Smith Jr. is out again, Collinsworth may be worth a look as J.J. Barea is also out Friday. We will have a clearer breakdown of who will play tomorrow.

    Source: Mavericks Game Notes

  • Aaron Harrison
    PG/SG, Dallas Mavericks

    Aaron Harrison started at shooting guard on Wednesday night and wound up logging a whopping 42 minutes, finishing with 13 points on 5-of-10 from the field with three triples, four rebounds, two assists and a steal.

    Harrison could stick in the starting five with J.J. Barea done for the year. Yogi Ferrell would fill in under typical circumstances but the Mavs are playing for lottery odds, so it's going to be a Who's Who of Who's That? from here on out. If you're in a 30-team league, knock yourself out here, but otherwise he's just a watch list guy for now. Harrison is one more massive workload game from being worth a roll of the dice as a stream or deep league option, however.

  • J.J. Barea
    PG, Dallas Mavericks

    J.J Barea says he will not play again this season for the Mavs.

    This isn't really surprising as oblique injuries tend to take some time to recover and there's no reason for him to risk worsening the injuries while the Mavs are in Operation Crash and Burn for Ayton. It's unfortunate for fantasy owners using him as a late-round asset but it opens the door for young guys like Aaron Harrison and Kyle Collinsworth to fill in a large bulk of minutes.

    Source: Bobby Karalla on Twitter

  • Aaron Harrison
    PG/SG, Dallas Mavericks

    Aaron Harrison scored six points on 1-of-8 shooting with four rebounds, four assists, three steals and one trey in 26 minutes off the bench in Tuesday's win over the Blazers.

    With Dennis Smith Jr.'s knee acting up again and nothing to play for it's possible that Harrison becomes a silly season guy. Yogi Ferrell also added 15 points with three assists and three triples off the bench in 18 minutes, maintaining his string of odd stat lines that bring back low-end value.

  • Aaron Harrison
    PG, Dallas Mavericks

    The Mavericks have singed Aaron Harrison for the remainder of the season.

    Over the past three games Harrison has averaged 4.0 points, 2.3 rebounds, 1.0 assists, 0.3 steals, 0.3 blocks and 0.7 triples on .235 percent shooting in 20.6 minutes. The shooting percentage is horrific and he doesn't produce enough to be worthy of a roster spot in any fantasy leagues.

    Source: Bobby Karalla on Twitter

  • J.J. Barea
    PG, Dallas Mavericks

    J.J. Barea has been removed from the injury report ahead of Friday's game against the Wolves.

    Barea missed two games for personal reasons but should be good to go going forward. It remains to be seen how much he'll play, but odds are he'll stick around 20 mpg and drop enough dimes to hold specialist value. Yogi Ferrell should take a slight hit, and the Mavs' insistence on playing Aaron Harrison may also gum up the works a bit — the 10-day contract guy played as much as top pick Dennis Smith Jr. last night. It's going to be tough to mine anything from this backcourt consistently until they whittle it back down to three guys.

    Source: Jerry Zgoda on Twitter

  • Dennis Smith Jr.
    PG, Dallas Mavericks

    Dennis Smith Jr. shot just 5-of-13 on Wednesday but ended up with 14 points, four 3-pointers and eight assists in a road loss to the Lakers.

    Smith did some considerable damage given that he played just 22 minutes. He played as much as 10-day contract owner Aaron Harrison, who finished scoreless by missing all five shots with one assist and four fouls. So that's fun. DSJ has been a late-round option lately but is still just too tough to count on unless you're punting percentages and turnovers. His ceiling just isn't that high in year one despite a promising set of circumstances.

  • Aaron Harrison
    SG, Dallas Mavericks

    Aaron Harrison started and scored 10 points on 3-of-8 shooting (including two threes) with five rebounds, one steal and one block in 25 minutes on Tuesday against the Kings.

    Harrison is the type of low-end player that silly season pickups are made of but he needs more than a mediocre game against the tanking Kings to pique most owners' interests.

  • Aaron Harrison
    SG, Dallas Mavericks

    Aaron Harrison made his debut for the Mavericks on Thursday and scored six points with two rebounds, one assist, one steal and one blocked shot in 20 minutes.

    The 20 minutes were nice, but we’d like to see more from Harrison before recommending him as a deep league pickup at this point.

  • Aaron Harrison
    PG/SG, Dallas Mavericks

    The Dallas Mavericks signed guard Aaron Harrison to a 10-day contract on Thursday.

    Harrison – whose twin brother Andrew plays for the Grizzlies – has not found much success or stability in the NBA. Dennis Smith Jr. has been dealing with an ankle injury but is hopeful to return Saturday. This will make it very hard for Harrison to see playing time; leave him on the wire for now.

    Source: Eddie Sefko

  • Dennis Smith Jr.
    PG, Dallas Mavericks

    Dennis Smith Jr. said he hopes to play Saturday night after missing Tuesday’s game with an ankle injury.

    The Mavericks also play Thursday night so it is safe to assume he will be out again for that contest. J.J. Barea and Yogi Ferrell will both retain streaming value as long as Smith remains out, but it sounds like it will only be for one game. The Mavericks also signed Aaron Harrison to a 10-day contract but that should not impact Smith at all. If Smith was dropped due to the silly-season and fantasy playoffs, you can pick him back up when he does return.

    Source: Bobby Karalla on Twitter