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Gary Harris
Gary Harris
Position: G
Born: 09/14/94
Height: 6-4 / 1.93
Weight:205 lbs. / 93 kg.
Salary: $2,550,055
Harris averaged 14.9 points per game on 61.1 percent true shooting, the latter of which was good for 19th in the NBA and seventh among guards. He also shot 42 percent from three — eight in the NBA — on 4.5 attempts per game. “Gary Harris had a phenomenal offseason. He was in our gym almost every day… He worked on his body. He worked on his shooting. He worked on his handles. I think that all of that hard work pays off and you see his confidence at a very high level right now.” Nuggets coach Mike Malone said in an interview with BSN Denver’s TJ McBride.
Indiana had Irving on its board as the No. 1 target for George, league sources said. The Pacers had a willingness to do a deal straight-up, but Cleveland declined several times, league sources said. What did nearly come together was a three-way trade that would’ve sent Kevin Love to the Denver Nuggets, Gary Harris to Indiana and George to the Cavaliers. Here’s where the deal fell apart, league sources said: Indiana wanted no protections on a future Cavaliers first-round pick. Cleveland balked, insisting the pick have lottery protection — and Indiana moved onto the Oklahoma City package of Victor Oladipo and Domantas Sabonis.
4 weeks ago via ESPN
The trade got so far down the line that plans were put in place for George and Gilbert to have a phone call to talk about his place in the Cavs’ franchise. However Pacers general manager Kevin Pritchard abruptly backed out of the discussed pact and shortly thereafter Indiana sent George to Oklahoma City for Victor Oladipo and Domantas Sabonis.
4 weeks ago via ESPN
On the afternoon of June 30, the sides thought they had a deal. On a conference call between the teams, everyone tentatively agreed. George to the Cavs, Love to the Nuggets, Harris and other pieces to the Pacers, sources said. Plans were put in place for a call to be arranged between George and Gilbert, an important step before the trade would become final, sources said. The front office began making other plans to complement George as free agency was about to begin.
4 weeks ago via ESPN