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Galatasaray will be signing American guard Aaron Harrison to a one-year deal, according to Eurohoops sources. The deal will bring the player outside the USA for first time of his career.

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Orazio Cauchi: Guard Aaron Harrison and forward Nigel Hayes are expected to sign with Galatasaray, a source told @Sportando . Harrison played 9 games with the Dallas Mavericks last season, while Hayes had three different experiences with Lakers, Raptors and Kings.
Dwain Price: Carlisle on the #Mavs signing Aaron Harrison for the rest of the season: "We like him. It’s a good opportunity for him. I see him getting better each day. A good kid, hard worker. He’s got a skill, so we've got six left and he’ll get a chance to play quite a bit I would think."
Mark Followill: Mavs signed Aaron Harrison to a 10-day. For G-League team in Reno, avg about 19 ppg & shot 42.5% from 3
Rick Bonnell: The @Charlotte Hornets waived Harrison before his salary became guaranteed for this season. He played 14 Swarm games on assignment from Hornets.
Charlotte Hornets General Manager Rich Cho announced today that the team has waived guard Aaron Harrison. Harrison (6-6, 212, Kentucky) was originally signed by the Hornets on July 14, 2015. The Kentucky product appeared in 26 games over two seasons with Charlotte, including two playoff outings in 2016. Charlotte’s roster now stands at 14.
The Charlotte Hornets are waiving guard Aaron Harrison on Tuesday, league sources told The Vertical. Harrison, 22, has seen limited minutes behind veterans Marco Belinelli and Jeremy Lamb. With both signed through the 2017-18 season, there was little opportunity for Harrison’s role to grow in Charlotte. Harrison played 26 games for the Hornets since signing as an undrafted free agent in 2015, including limited minutes in five games this season.
Aaron Harrison’s contract would have become guaranteed for the season on Friday. Charlotte’s roster will drop to 14 players, and sources say the team has no immediate plans to add a player to replace Harrison.
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November 25, 2020 | 5:11 pm EST Update
I wanted to chat with you a little bit about your involvement with the NBA Foundation, which seeks to drive economic empowerment for Black communities through employment and career advancement. What is your role there and how did you get involved? Harrison Barnes: NBPA director Michele Roberts reached out and asked if I had an interest in being a part of the foundation. I had seen information before about how big the funding for the foundation was going to be and what some of the principles were early on and so I knew what it was about. The main premise is that every year, each time will make significant contributions to the community. This will help with opportunities beyond simply just doing an event, whether that is helping kids go to college or giving them career skills. I was honored to be considered and I told her I would be ecstatic to do it. Now, I am really looking forward to working with the board members to hopefully make a change.
There are hundreds of players in the NBA. But you and Tobias Harris are the only two that are active on an NBA roster and will sit on this board. Why do you think the NBPA decided on you for that honor? Harrison Barnes: That’s probably a question you’ll probably have to ask as opposed to me! [Laughs] Since I got drafted, literacy has been a big focus of mine. You need to educate yourself in whatever discipline you want to go into. Recently, I joined the board of First National Bank, whose parent company is Ames National Corporation. I’m going to work with them to promote financial literacy. For the NBA Foundation, the opportunity to promote financial literacy and help the community is very exciting for me. No matter where I’ve gone, I’ve always tried to pay it forward. I’ve been blessed to have people pour into me and sacrifice and invest in my well-being so I’m glad to be a part of a foundation with a very big reach that will hopefully affect change for a number of different people.
You were friends with Kobe Bryant. You had COVID-19. You engaged with the protests for social justice. You played in the NBA bubble. What are you most going to remember from this year? Harrison Barnes: The biggest takeaway that I’ll have from 2020 is to appreciate people when you’re around them. In so many instances, we’ve seen loved ones that we’ve lost, whether it’s been someone at the hands of police brutality or people that you played against or were mentored or if it was a loved one lost because of COVID. Whatever the case may be, really just taking the time to just appreciate them while they’re here. Give them their flowers. Give them their respect and love and communicate that. Far too often, we found ourselves in the cycle of thinking that this person was gone too soon, and it was unexpected, and there are so many things I wish I had said. When Kobe passed, it was like the floor gave out. It’s still painful, especially in the basketball community. But outside of that, you really value the opportunity every time you step on the floor against somebody else. You don’t take that opportunity for granted. I’m playing against someone and it could be the last time. You never know. Life can go so quickly. I’m just savoring the opportunity, communicating with guys, communicating with family. Life is short. You don’t know what’s next.
November 25, 2020 | 5:05 pm EST Update

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