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Devin Harris
Devin Harris
Position: G
Born: 02/27/83
Height: 6-3 / 1.91
Weight:185 lbs. / 83.9 kg.
Salary: $4,053,446
“We’re scrambling like hell defensively and Devin Harris is going to get the ball, and Dwight Howard throws him into our bench,” said Carlisle, adding that he had reviewed the play six times on film. “He takes the ball, skips it over the top and [Trevor] Ariza gets a wide-open 3. So instead of us getting the ball and a foul on Howard, it turns into essentially a five- [or] six-point swing. “That stuff’s got to stop. The officials got to get that stuff under control, because there’s too much physical stuff going on. Howard is throwing people all over the place, and that can’t happen in Game 4.”
via ESPN.com
When Dallas coach Rick Carlisle was asked about the 3-0 series deficit, he instead talked about officiating. “My hope is that in Game 4 – the one play that’s kind of an image stuck in my mind, and I just looked at it six times on the film, is the first play of the fourth quarter,” Carlisle said. “We’re scrambling like hell defensively, and Devin Harris is going to get the ball, and Dwight Howard throws him into our bench. He takes the ball, skips it over the top and Ariza gets a wide-open three. “So, instead of us getting the ball, and a foul on Howard, it turns into essentially a 5-6 point swing. That stuff’s got to stop. The officials [have] got to get that stuff under control, because there’s too much physical stuff going on. Howard is throwing people all over the place. And that can’t happen in Game 4.”
via Houston Chronicle
Harris has worn a metal plate in his left shoe ever since he dislocated his second toe in the 2013-14 season in Atlanta. That hasn’t changed. What has changed is that Harris, whose toe is swollen and painful, is wearing a shoe on his left foot that is a half-size bigger than the size-13 shoe he wears on his right foot. “It’s a little better, but I’m pretty heavily taped,” Harris said. “I always wear a metal plate in my shoe, so that’s not anything different. I’m used to it. But I have to wear a little bit bigger shoe, so that’s a little different. “But I’ll just do what I have to do.”
via Dallas Morning News
“We shoot together after practice and he kills me, which [ticks] me off,” Nowitzki said. So on Friday, Harris and Nowitzki were at it again on one end of the practice court at AAC. Harris, by the way, said he takes great delight in dipping into Nowitzki’s rather deep pockets in their friendly-wager shooting games. “He’s kind of a tightwad,” Harris said. “He doesn’t like giving it up, so I definitely enjoy taking it. I beat him a lot. He’s a guy who likes to talk a lot. I don’t like to talk a lot. I just like to beat him excessively.”
via Dallas Morning News
When asked by ESPN to elaborate on blood analysis, Cuban declined further comment. But interviews with several Dallas players indicate that the team’s expanded testing policy is neither obvious nor rosterwide. Guard Devin Harris recalls giving blood only in the preseason as part of the standard team physical; perhaps by design, other plasma-related details remain vague. “I don’t know what they do with it once they have it, but they definitely take it,” Harris says. “And I know they talked about taking blood throughout the season for certain stuff.”
via ESPN.com
In the informal pickup games, guard Devin Harris has been impressed with Parsons, who signed a three-year, $46 million contract with the Mavericks. “He’s got a good pump fake,” Harris said. “He’s a smart player, he’s a willing passer. “He’ll space the floor for us and he’ll give us some different dynamics where he can play stretch-four for us sometimes. I do think he’ll get better, and obviously he’ll have more responsibilities here, but I think he’s up for the challenge.”
via Fort Worth Star-Telegram