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Dec 13, 2014
Devin Harris had a diminished role against the Warriors on Saturday, playing 22 minutes with six points, one rebound, one assist, two steals and one 3-pointer.

Devin Harris happy to tick off Dirk

DALLAS – They’ve been friends for more than a decade, but Devin Harris has been getting on Dirk Nowitzki’s nerves a lot lately. “He actually beats me all the time in 3-point shooting contests, which pisses me off,” Nowitzki said. There are typically a few bucks on the line during those post-practice shooting sessions. Harris especially enjoys taking the money of a teammate who is “kind of a tightwad” despite making more than $200 million during his NBA career.
Rotoworld Dec 13, 2014

Devin Harris cools off against the Warriors - Devin Harris (G) Dallas Mavericks

Devin Harris had a diminished role against the Warriors on Saturday, playing 22 minutes with six points, one rebound, one assist, two steals and one 3-pointer.

Mavericks guard Devin Harris is making habit of taking Dirk Nowitzki’s money

(Dallas Mavericks forward Dirk Nowitzki (41) and Dallas Mavericks guard Devin Harris (20) celebrate an assist by Dirk on a three-pointer by Harris as they played the Philadelphia 76ers during the first half of their NBA basketball game at American …

Mavs get more Monta Ellis clutch magic

DALLAS -- The beauty of the Dallas Mavericks' offense, the best in basketball, is in the balance. The Mavs have so many weapons, so many ways to score. That versatility was on display during Dallas' 112-107 win Wednesday night over the New Orleans Pelicans, when four Mavs scored at least 20 points. That's a remarkable team accomplishment the Mavs have pulled off twice already in December -- and hadn't done since January 2011 before that. Dirk Nowitzki, Chandler Parsons and Devin Harris, each of whom finished with 20 points on the nose against New Orleans, are among the many Mavs capable of...
Mavs Moneyball Dec 3, 2014

The aftermath of Mavericks 132, Bulls 129: Too much Monta

Way, way, way too much. Sorry Bulls. The aftermath The usual observations in this section can be found here, where I talk about Monta Ellis, touch on Dirk's struggles and look at the bipolar 3-point shooting. While you're at it, you really ought to check out Hal Brown's crazed stream of consciousness about last night's win and the Mavericks' theory of chaos offense. Socially acceptable Shoutout to Austin for compiling these tweets for us. This is a neat tool. Mavericks 132 - Bulls 129 If you like .gif Yup, all six Devin Harris 3-pointers looping forever. Bye bye, Joakim. Too much...

Devin Harris at his best despite heavy workload

CHICAGO – Devin Harris did not look like a guy with tired legs during the double-overtime win over the Chicago Bulls. Harris’ heavy workload was a bit of a concern for the Dallas Mavericks when he was pushed into a starting role with point guard Jameer Nelson missing the previous three games due to back spasms. Harris, who had played more than 30 minutes just once in his first 13 games of the season, logged 40, 33 and 31 minutes as a starter.

Devin Harris (leg) out vs. Lakers

DALLAS – Mavericks guard Devin Harris will miss his second consecutive game Friday night against the Los Angeles Lakers. The Mavs are being mysteriously elusive about details of Harris' lower right leg injury. Harris declined to speak to the media after the Mavs’ shootaround, saying he had been told not to say anything and deferring questions to coach Rick Carlisle. “He’s doing a little bit better,” Carlisle said. “We’ll have an announcement probably later in the day.

Devin Harris listed as questionable for Friday vs. Lakers

The Dallas Mavericks are listing Devin Harris as questionable for the game against the Los Angeles Lakers on Friday night. Harris had lower leg soreness in his right leg and missed Wednesday’s game at Washington. Dirk Nowitzki, who turned his …
Mavs Moneyball Nov 19, 2014

Mavericks vs. Wizards injury update: Devin Harris out, Bradley Beal will make season debut

As Dallas loses a guard, Washington gains one. After missing the second half of Monday's win against the Hornets, Devin Harris will not play in tonight's game against the Wizards. From Rick Carlisle post shootaround, Devin Harris is out tonight vs Washington Wizards with lower right leg soreness — Mark Followill (@MFollowill) November 19, 2014 Some more info. Devin Harris says hopefully tonight is the only game he'll miss. Adds the pain is from his calf down to his ankle. #DALatWAS — Earl K. Sneed (@EarlKSneed) November 19, 2014 Meanwhile, the Wizards are adding a guard --...

Devin Harris (leg) out vs. Wizards

Dallas Mavericks reserve guard Devin Harris will not play Wednesday night against the Washington Wizards due to soreness in his lower right leg. Harris told reporters after the Mavs’ morning shootaround that he hopes to miss only one game. Harris, who is averaging 8.6 points and 4.4 assists in 23.1 minutes off the bench, did not play in the second half of Monday’s win over the Charlotte Hornets because of the pain in his leg. It’s a condition he has been dealing with for about a week, but the Mavs don’t consider it a major concern.

Devin Harris exits due to soreness in leg

Dallas Mavericks reserve guard Devin Harris was declared out for the second half of Monday's game against the Charlotte Hornets due to soreness in his right leg, the team announced at halftime. Harris played 10 scoreless minutes in the first half, dishing out five assists. Harris is essentially the Mavs' sixth man, getting playing time at both backcourt positions and averaging 9.5 points and 4.3 assists in 24.4 minutes per game during Dallas' 7-3 start.

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