HoopsHype Manny Harris rumors


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We asked Gino Pilato of the fantastic website D-League Digest for the scouting report on Millsap and this is what he had to say: "He will look to attack the basket often. Despite his knack for finding alleys in the lane, Millsap will step back or take the pull-up jumper without hesitation. He turns the ball over too much, but can really impact a game on the defensive end. When matched up against Reno, Millsap caused fits for Brady Heslip, he was in his pocket every chance he had. The following contest against L.A., Millsap took on another tough offensive assignment in Manny Harris and was once again successful. Position-wise, Millsap is in a grey area in the NBA, but can serve as a forward or guard in the D-League." HoopsHype

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With that said, the Lakers D-League affiliate, the D-Fenders, continue to hold the D-League rights to Harris and expect him to return to the team on Saturday at Santa Cruz should he not be signed by another NBA team. The D-Fenders defeated Bakersfield 155-140 on Wednesday night at Toyota Sports Center to place them in a three-way tie for first place in the West Division with Santa Cruz and Reno. Lakers.com

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Ramona Shelburne: Manny Harris' second 10-day is up on Tues. With Pau out, Lakers have tough decision. Don't be surprised to see Shawne Williams get a look Twitter @ramonashelburne

January 26, 2014 Updates

The Los Angeles Lakers have signed guard Manny Harris to a second 10-day contract, it was announced today by General Manager Mitch Kupchak. In five games with the Lakers this season, Harris is averaging 6.4 points, 3.6 rebounds and 1.6 assists in 20.9 minutes. NBA.com

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Watch a D-League player score a franchise-record 49 points. Meet Manny Harris: Harris is a 6-5 guard for the D-League’s Los Angeles D-Fenders. The former Michigan standout played for the Cavaliers until he being waived in 2012 when the team drafted Dion Waiters. He has bounced around a bit in the NBA, and has found himself down in the D-League for the time being. On Saturday night, he scored 49 points, which is a franchise record. For The Win

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The Magic invited Gladness, Harris, Jones and Joseph to join the team this month and compete for one or possibly two open roster spots with second-round pick Romero Osby. Although the players have signed contracts with the team, those deals are known within the NBA as "make-good" contracts. Those contracts entitle the players only to a food per diem during preseason road trips, reimbursements for hotel and transportation expenses and disability insurance. "It's a small sacrifice you have to make for the bigger dream and the bigger picture," said Joseph, a 24-year-old swingman. Orlando Sentinel

"I've had training camps where I went in and I tried to prove everything all at once and I tried to do too much," said Gladness, a 27-year-old center who has played for the Miami Heat, Golden State Warriors and a few teams in the NBA Development League. "You put too much pressure on yourself, too much stress on yourself. And I've had situations where I made the team and all I've done was what I was supposed to do and I just consistently did it." Orlando Sentinel

September 20, 2013 Updates

The Magic will bring second-round pick Romero Osby to training camp along with free agents Solomon Jones, Michael Eric, Manny Harris and Kris Joseph, according to a source close to the team. The Magic are working on coming to terms with Osby, the former Oklahoma forward whom the club selected 51st in the second round. Orlando Sentinel

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