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  • Joe Harris
    SF, Brooklyn Nets

    Joe Harris said that he would like to re-sign with the Nets this summer.

    When Harris was asked if he would like to play with the Nets next season, he replied, “Yeah, definitely! Why wouldn’t you?" The Nets will have Harris' Bird Rights and will certainly like to bring him back, but Harris will be a highly-coveted free agent this summer and will be looking to cash in on what is seen as a weaker free agent class.

    Source: New York Post

  • Garrett Temple
    SG, Brooklyn Nets

    Garrett Temple (left ankle sprain) is officially listed as probable to face the Warriors on Thursday.

    Temple could be in line for additional minutes if he is able to play because Joe Harris (ankle) has already been ruled out. Temple is not quite a standard league asset but could be worth a stream against a soft Warriors defense. He definitely has some appeal in 14-team leagues at this time.

    Source: Brian Lewis on Twitter

  • Joe Harris
    SF, Brooklyn Nets

    Joe Harris (left ankle sprain) will miss Thursday's contest vs. the Warriors.

    With Harris sidelined, look for Timothé Luwawu-Cabarrot and Garrett Temple to pick up additional minutes against a porous Warriors defense. Harris' next opportunity to play will be on Friday against the Clippers.

    Source: Brian Lewis on Twitter

  • Joe Harris
    SF, Brooklyn Nets

    Joe Harris lit up the Bulls for 23 points on 8-of-12 shooting in Sunday's home win.

    Harris added three 3-pointers to his line with little else of note. It's been a step backwards this year for him, as he's floating right around the top-150 line after emerging as a quality top-100 type a year ago, and you can chalk up most of the decline to a drop in his FG% from a clean .500 to .466. That's still respectable but it just goes to show how tenuous things are when you don't do much beyond hit threes.

  • Joe Harris
    SF, Brooklyn Nets

    Joe Harris showed no signs of being bothered by the ankle that he tweaked in Friday's game and was actually on fire on Saturday, notching 20 points on 7-of-15 shooting with five triples, four rebounds and three assists in 31 minutes.

    Harris has been one of the more reliable sources of 3-pointers at an acceptable .466 clip from the field this season, which does, unfortunately, reflect the bulk of his fantasy contributions, just enough to keep him hanging in the top-140 value range.

  • Joe Harris
    SF, Brooklyn Nets

    Joe Harris tweaked his ankle in Friday's game, but was able to return to posst 18 points on 7-of-16 shooting, with three triples, three rebounds and three assists in 29 minutes.

    While Harris was deemed OK to return to the game, it'd be wise to check for updates in case his ankle swells up overnight. While he's healthy, Harris should remain a steady source of efficient points and threes.

  • Joe Harris
    SF, Brooklyn Nets

    Joe Harris headed to the locker room in the first half on Wednesday but returned to start the second half.

    Harris turned his left ankle but there's no need to worry now. Harris is a late-round value with a steady floor but a low ceiling. He's inside the top-140 on the season and will likely finish in that range. He's fine to hold in standard leagues but it may be more valuable to stream that roster spot.

    Source: Alex Schiffer on Twitter

  • Joe Harris
    SF, Brooklyn Nets

    Joe Harris turned his left ankle on Wednesday vs. the Wizards and walked to the locker room.

    Harris has been a fine low-end option for his points, threes and efficient shooting (shooting .470 from the field this season). If Harris misses extended time Garrett Temple would likely see more minutes and could be a streamer in standard leagues.

    Source: Anthony Puccio on Twitter

  • Joe Harris
    SF, Brooklyn Nets

    Joe Harris scored 19 points on 7-of-12 shooting with six rebounds, one steal, one block and two 3-pointers in 35 minutes on Wednesday.

    Harris is a reliable option for points and threes on good shooting percentage (.466 shooting from the field on the season). He's inside the top-130 but has low upside and will take a slight hit when Kyrie Irving returns. He is a late-round option in standard-leagues and deserves to be on a roster in all 14-team leagues.

  • Caris LeVert
    PG-SG, Brooklyn Nets

    Caris LeVert fell back to earth with just 11 points on 4-of-13 shooting, two rebounds, three assists, two steals, one block and one 3-pointer in 33 minutes in a 106-105 road win over the Pacers on Monday.

    After three-straight games of scoring at least 23 points, LeVert was bound to revert to his poor-shooting ways. He's a wild card, but his opportunities to put up flashy numbers will be limited once again when Kyrie Irving returns. Joe Harris fared better in the win with 15 points, eight boards, two dimes and four triples in 34 minutes.

  • Joe Harris
    SF, Brooklyn Nets

    Joe Harris scored 17 points on 7-of-12 shooting to go with nine boards and two threes in a 129-88 blowout victory over the Warriors on Wednesday.

    Harris will be inconsistent game-to-game, but he has been a late-round value in standard leagues most of the season as a 3-point specialist with good field goal percentage. He doesn't wow you, but he's reliable enough to be rostered in standard leagues.

  • Joe Harris
    SF, Brooklyn Nets

    Joe Harris scored 16 points on 7-of-13 shooting to go with four rebounds, two assists, a steal and two triples in Monday's win over the Suns.

    Harris knocked down 2-of-5 from deep and continues to be a solid source of triples. He doesn't do too much else, but even with the Nets healthy, he hits his triples at a consistent enough rate to be a reliable streamer.

  • Joe Harris
    SF, Brooklyn Nets

    Joe Harris connected on 6-of-11 shots from downtown for 22 points on 8-of-16 shooting with three rebounds and three assists in Saturday's loss to the Wizards.

    This is the first time Harris has breached the 20-point mark since mid-December. While being mostly a quiet yet efficient 3-point contributor on most nights, Harris has been known to explode like this when he gets the hot hand. Sell on strength if the right opportunity comes along.

  • Joe Harris
    SF, Brooklyn Nets

    Joe Harris put up 11 points (5-of-10 FG), four rebounds, one 3-pointer, two steals and two turnovers against the Knicks on Sunday.

    The low scoring figures continue for Harris, who is going to need to hit more than one 3-pointer to be useful. Try and stay patient as Harris is one of the best long-range shooters around, and the Nets are still feeding him plenty of minutes. Taurean Prince was a bit better in comparison, going for 14 points, four assists, three rebounds and three 3-pointers. If Prince's jumper can get consistent he is going to be a must-add in many leagues, and he is well worth the pickup in 14-team leagues already.

  • Joe Harris
    SF, Brooklyn Nets

    Joe Harris scored 16 points in Saturday's win over the Pistons, chipping in six rebounds, two assists and four three-pointers.

    After averaging nearly 16 points a game in December, Harris is only averaging 11 points a game in January. As a result of teammate Kyrie Irving's return, Harris is not only taking less shots per game but he is failing to hit on the shot that he makes. His other countable stats have held steady so owners should be patient as he refinds his shooting touch.