HoopsHype Devin Harris rumors

March 10, 2014 Updates

Devin Harris is the star of the Dallas Mavericks' most recent parody video, which superimposes the 30-year-old's face onto scenes from "Ferris Bueller's Day Off." Aptly titled: "Harris Bueller's Day Off," the video shows Harris skipping school, stealing his best friend's father's car and hijacking a parade float -- just like that righteous dude Ferris in the movie. Dallas Morning News

March 9, 2014 Updates

Soon, you'll see Dallas Mavericks guard Devin Harris take the court in his own colorway of the adidas D Rose 4.5. Styled using the miadidas customization platform, the shoe features a striped grey and black upper, with blue working the tongue, laces, SprintFrame and speckled midsole. White finishes off the look on the lining, tongue logo and outsole. Sole Collector

February 25, 2014 Updates

Guard Devin Harris said that Collins’ contributions on the basketball court should be the focus over what he does off the court. “He’s still solid in what he does — hard fouls, rebounding, things that he’s been doing his whole career,” Harris said. “It just happens to be that he’s gay. “But I think he’s still a great person and obviously a good basketball player.” Fort Worth Star-Telegram

February 9, 2014 Updates

Asked if the league talked to him about it, Calderon said his agent made a phone call, but the league never reached out to him. The point guard’s teammates and coaches were more irked by the snub than Calderon was. “It’s a travesty,” Devin Harris said. “But these things are mostly a popularity contest. And I’m pretty sure he’ll enjoy the rest more.” Dallas Morning News

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Dallas Mavericks coach Rick Carlisle said he didn't know how close guard Devin Harris is to going through his first full practice of the season. "I would say he's getting closer, but I don’t know how close,'' Carlisle said after this norning's shootaround. "I’ll try and find out and have something for you tonight.’’ Fort Worth Star-Telegram

The Mavs (19-13) host the Los Angeles Clippers (22-12) at 7:30 tonight at American Airlines Center. Harris, meanwhile, said earlier this week that he hopes to start practicing by the middle of this month. Harris underwent toe surgery on his left foot over the summer and has yet to play this season. Fort Worth Star-Telegram

December 27, 2013 Updates
December 20, 2013 Updates

Mavericks guard Devin Harris said Friday that the pain and swelling he experienced recently is in the toe next to the toe that he had surgically repaired in August. And according to Harris, that is good news. Harris had surgery in August to repair the second metatarsal in his left foot. That is the main bone of the toe next to the big toe. Harris returned to practice on Dec. 2 and within a few days experienced a setback. He went to New York on Monday to see the specialist who performed the surgery. Harris said the specialist determined that the pain and swelling was occurring only in the third metatarsal, or middle toe. Furthermore, tests showed no structural damage in the third metatarsal. Dallas Morning News

December 19, 2013 Updates
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November 24, 2013 Updates

Dallas Mavericks point guard Devin Harris believes he’ll be playing basketball again before Christmas. He just doesn’t know exactly when. “We’ve got an idea,” Harris said. “But right now, we just want to see how it responds to explosive cuts, running, change of directions and make sure there are no problems there, and then we can wrap it up even more.” Harris underwent toe surgery on his left foot this past summer and has yet to play this season. But he knows when the Mavs have a three-game homestand on Dec. 14, 18 and 20 against Milwaukee, Memphis and Toronto, respectively, he could find himself making his season debut in one of those games. “Devin hasn’t participated in live practices, but he’s going through five-on-0 stuff,” coach Rick Carlisle said. “I’d say he’s getting to the point where he’s moving. He’s doing some running. His progress is really good.” Fort Worth Star-Telegram

November 9, 2013 Updates

Devin Harris had the best road trip of anybody connected with the Mavericks so far this season. Harris' trip to New York to see his personal doctor about his surgically repaired left big toe could not have gone better, he said. "It went exactly the way I hoped," Harris said. "I've been cleared to do pretty much everything and hopefully in the next couple weeks we can ramp things up." Harris has not been allowed to run since having surgery for the dislocated toe in August. He has been limited to running in the pool and cardio work. He now will be allowed to start running, which will be the first step toward getting back to practices, then games. Dallas Morning News

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Former Mavericks and currrent TV analyst guard Derek Harper recently joined DallasBasketball.com. Here are some highlights. On the Mavericks’ offseason: “I think anytime you’re going to try to be successful throughout an NBA season, you need good backcourt play. Adding what the Mavericks have added in the backcourt gives them the chance to surprise some people. The West is going to be extremely tough this year, even better than last year, I think. But when you look at Monta Ellis, a guy who can create a lot of things on the offensive end not only for himself but for other, I think he’ll be a perfect Robin for Batman, who clearly is Dirk Nowitzki. Devin Harris brings experience. (Jose) Calderon is a solid point guard, a guy that I’ve always liked simply because he doesn’t turn the basketball over, and we had a lot of problems last year. We lost a lot of games last year down the stretch because of turnovers and just not being able to make decisions down the stretch.” Dallas Morning News

August 15, 2013 Updates
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The Dallas Mavericks signed free-agent guard Devin Harris to a one-year deal. Harris (6-foot-3, 192 pounds) joins the Mavericks for his second stint after spending 2004-08 in Dallas when his draft rights were acquired from Washington, along with Jerry Stackhouse and Christian Laettner, in a draft-day trade for Antawn Jamison on June 24, 2004. Fort Worth Star-Telegram

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