Anthony Puccio: Joe Harris is back in the starting lineup, Spencer Dinwiddie back to the bench. #Nets
Michael Gallagher: Nets say Joe Harris (left adductor tightness) is questionable for tomorrow against the Grizzlies.
Brian Lewis: #Nets could be shorthanded on the wings for tonight's home finale vs #Bulls. Joe Harris (left ankle soreness) is now questionable while Caris LeVert (right foot tendinitis) is downgraded to out, along w/ Carroll & Whitehead.
Anthony Puccio: Joe Harris is active tonight. Nets listed him as questionable with an illness. #Nets
Brian Lewis: Quincy Acy (left ankle soreness) and Joe Harris (sprained left shoulder) are both out tomorrow vs the #Magic. #Nets
Brian Lewis: #Nets have ruled Joe Harris (concussion/shoulder) & Sean Kilpatrick (strained hamstring) out of tomorrow's game vs the #Knicks. #nyk
Michael Gallagher: Nets Injury Report for Sunday vs. New York: Lopez (sprained right ankle) is PROBABLE. Harris (concussion/sprained left shoulder) is OUT.
Anthony Puccio: Joe Harris (concussion/sprained left shoulder) remains out for tomorrow's game against Memphis. #Nets
Brian Lewis: Brooklyn #Nets guard/forward Joe Harris has been diagnosed with a concussion as well as a sprained left shoulder.
Michael Gallagher: Nets injuries: Hamilton (illness) PROBABLE, Whitehead (sprained shoulder) is QUESTIONABLE, & Harris (concussion/sprained shoulder) is OUT.
Chris Haynes: Joe Harris also underwent successful surgery on right foot and is likely out for the season, league sources say. #Cavs save money on deal.
Prior to Harris’ injury, the Cavs had looked for trade suitors for him, according to a team source, in order to gain some roster flexibility and avoid some of the luxury tax hit associated with a 15th man who did not fit in Cleveland coach David Blatt’s rotation. Suitors were hard to come by with Harris’ underwhelming showing for the Canton Charge, the Cavs’ D-League affiliate, this season. He averaged 16.4 points, 5.2 rebounds and 2.6 assists but shot just 39.7 percent from the field and 32.3 percent on 3-pointers in 10 games with Canton.
Second-year Cleveland Cavaliers guard Joe Harris will undergo potentially season-ending surgery on his right foot, Harris’ agent, Mark Bartelstein, told ESPN.com on Tuesday. “There is an extra bone in his foot that is causing irritation, and the plan is to have it removed,” Bartelstein said.
Harris did not accompany the Cavs on their six-game road trip beginning Wednesday against the Washington Wizards, according to Bartelstein. A team source told ESPN.com that Harris will seek a second opinion on his foot, but the expectation is he will undergo surgery sometime next week.
June 25, 2022 | 3:24 pm EDT Update
Aaron J. Fentress: Source: Blazers fully guarantee Josh Hart’s contract that will pay him $12.9 million next season. Deadline was today. There is a mutual option for the following season. This was absolutely a no-brainer. #RipCity
JD Shaw: The Philadelphia 76ers are bringing guard Malik Ellison to summer league, his agent Jerry Dianis tells @HoopsRumors. Ellison is the son of Pervis Ellison, who was drafted No. 1 overall in 1989. He signed a 10-day deal with the Atlanta Hawks this season.
JD Shaw: DJ Funderburk has committed to play with the Utah Jazz during the Salt Lake City Summer League and Las Vegas Summer League, agent Cervando Tejeda tells @HoopsRumors. Funderburk played in Russia and France this past season.
Sean Highkin: Joe Cronin: “The goal is to win a championship. It’s plain and simple for us. We’re not content just making the playoffs and winning a round or two. Our goal is to take this to the peak and push it to the limit.”