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Mavs Moneyball Mar 24, 2015

Injury Report: Barea out, Harris questionable

The Mavs could once again be shorthanded at the point while the Spurs expect to get Ginobili back. It seems like the health of the Mavericks' backup point guards has been an issue for some time now. Once again, both J.J. Barea and Devin Harris find themselves on the injury report before the Mavs host the Spurs Tuesday night. Barea is officially listed as out. This will be the second game in a row in which a sprained left ankle has sidelined Dallas' diminutive point guard. As for Harris, he is listed as questionable for tonight's game. Harris did, however, participate in Tuesday's...

Devin Harris may play Tuesday; J.J. Barea will not

Devin Harris was able to go through the Dallas Mavericks’ morning shootaround, and coach Rick Carlisle was cautiously optimistic that he’ll be able to play tonight against San Antonio. But the illness Harris is dealing may rear its ugly head …
Mavs Moneyball Mar 18, 2015

Injury Update: Carlisle expects Devin Harris, Al-Farouq Aminu to play

Rick Carlisle expects the Mavs to have a full roster at his disposal against the Magic. Orlando, however, could be without several key players. The Dallas Mavericks entered Wednesday with three players facing injury and illness concerns. Al-Farouq Aminu missed the last two games with a left shoulder injury he sustained against against the Cleveland Cavaliers. Devin Harris was forced to leave Monday's come-from-behind victory over the Thunder with a stomach illness. On Tuesday, it was reported that J.J. Barea woke up with a fever. Both Harris and Barea missed the team's film session and...

Al-Farouq Aminu (shoulder) ready to return

DALLAS – The Dallas Mavericks expect to have their entire roster available for Wednesday night’s game against the Dallas Mavericks, coach Rick Carlisle said. Reserve forward Al-Farouq Aminu is ready to return after missing the last two games with a sprained left shoulder. He suffered the injury when he collided with Cleveland’s J.R. Smith while chasing a loose ball in last week’s loss to the Cavaliers. Reserve guards Devin Harris and J.

Barea, Harris ill, uncertain vs. Magic

DALLAS – J.J. Barea joined Devin Harris on the Dallas Mavericks’ sick list. Harris left Monday night’s win over the Oklahoma City Thunder in the first half after falling ill and did not return. Barea woke up Tuesday morning with a fever and, like Harris, did not attend the Mavs’ film session and lifting/shooting workout at the American Airlines Center. The status of the Mavs’ top two reserve guards for Wednesday night’s game against the Orlando Magic is uncertain.

Parsons returns; Harris still out for Mavericks

The Dallas Mavericks will welcome back Chandler Parsons (left foot) tonight against the LA Lakers after a seven-game absence. Devin Harris (right hand) remains out, however. Harris will miss his second game and he has yet to start taking practice …
Mavs Moneyball Mar 7, 2015

Mavericks vs. Warriors final score: Depleted Dallas predictably implodes, lose 104-89

Dallas, we have a problem. Time to sound the bad basketball siren. Here's how to possibly beat the Warriors in three easy steps. 1) You don't shoot 34.4 percent through three quarters. 2) You aren't on the second night of a back-to-back in Golden State. 3) You aren't missing Chandler Parsons and Devin Harris. The Dallas Mavericks broke all three of those, so the 104-89 final score is hardly surprising. But it's also not, in any form, encouraging. The last loss to Golden State was, where the Mavericks built a huge lead without Rondo (he had just broke his face), withstanding a Stephen Curry...

Mavs may not have Harris, Barea vs. Dubs

OAKLAND, Calif. -- The Mavericks' top two reserve guards suffered injuries during Thursday night's blowout loss to the Portland Trail Blazers. The team announced that Devin Harris (right hand injury) is doubtful for Friday's game against the Golden State Warriors and J.J. Barea (left thumb strain) is questionable. X-rays on Harris' right thumb were negative, but his hand was so swollen and sore that he struggled to get dressed after Thursday's game.

X-rays negative on Devin Harris’ right hand

Devin Harris, unable to move his right hand after Thursday’s 94-75 loss to Portland, received some good news when X-rays showed no structural injuries. He was diagnosed with a bruise on the top side of his hand between the thumb …

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