G - DEN
Gary Harris recorded 14 points (6-11 FG, 2-6 3PT), six rebounds, one assist, one steal, one block, and one turnover in Tuesday's series victory against the Clippers.
Harris produced another solid performance, and appears to have shaken off the rust. His primary value comes on defense, but tonight's game marks his fifth double-figure scoring effort in the last six. As such, Harris is worth a look in DFS for Game 1 against the Lakers on Friday, but owners should still temper expectations.
Nuggets SG Gary Harris (hip) is planning to return to the lineup for Game 6 Sunday after being out for the entire re-start due to a hip injury.
Harris will likely be on some sort of minute restriction due to the fact that he hasn’t played in a live NBA game in over five months. Still no word on whether or not he’ll enter the starting lineup, but he’s definitely a risky proposition today for DFS until it’s known how many minutes he’ll play.
Nuggets SG Gary Harris (hip) remains out Tuesday night vs. Utah.
Harris had been upgraded to questionable ahead of Game 5, but he’ll be sidelined once again with the hip injury. His next chance to play will be in Game 6 on Thursday.
The Denver Nuggets announced that guard Gary Harris has been upgraded to questionable for Tuesday's Game 5 against the Jazz.
Harris has yet to suit up in Orlando while working his way back from a right hip muscle strain but a return seems close. With the Nuggets falling into a 1-3 deficit in their first round series, it's win or go home on Tuesday and getting Harris back will be a step in the right direction. The six-year guard has provided 10.4 points a game across 31.8 minutes of playing time during the 2019-2020 campaign.
Gary Harris (hip) is doubtful for Sunday’s Game 4 against the Jazz.
Harris has yet to play in the NBA restart due to a strained right hip. He is unlikely to play in Game 4. If Harris is ruled out, look for Torrey Craig to start in his absence.