Beyond all of that, though, there was this bigger-than-…

Beyond all of that, though, there was this bigger-than-basketball development: This was also where he took part in a spiritual exercise that he says has everything to do with the way he’s playing — and living — now. “I consider myself a spiritual person so I’m always trying to do things for my mental health and for just my overall peace,” Harris, whose Sixers (20-11) are atop the Eastern Conference by a half-game over Brooklyn, told The Athletic late last week. “I started using visualization as a tool of meditation. I meditate also, and for me it’s just seeing myself in those positions, seeing myself make shots, seeing myself celebrate game-winners, seeing myself celebrate winning with my teammates. I started doing it in the offseason when I was training, and it was a thing that I felt was beneficial for me because I started to see the things I was visualizing start happening in my life.”
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