The Brooklyn Nets have signed guard Shaquille Harrison to a second 10-day contract. Per team policy, terms of the deal were not released. Harrison (6’4”, 195) signed his first 10-day contract with Brooklyn on Dec. 18 and has appeared in two games with the Nets, posting averages of 2.0 points, 2.0 rebounds and 1.5 assists in 11.3 minutes per game. Harrison has seen action in 175 career games (23 starts) across five seasons with Brooklyn, Denver, Utah, Chicago and Phoenix, recording averages of 5.2 points, 2.4 rebounds and 1.5 assists in 15.2 minutes per contest while shooting 43.6 percent from the field.
Brian Lewis: Steve Nash said the #Nets are “definitely considering re-signing” two or three of the three remaining 10-days. Brooklyn would have to make a call on Harrison and Ennis by tomorrow. #NBA
Chris Haynes: Free agent guard Shaquille Harrison will sign a 10-day contract with the Brooklyn Nets, league sources tell @YahooSports .
Keith Pompey: Keith Pompey: The #Sixers have waived Shaquille Harrison. He’s expected to join the Delaware Blue Coats, the Sixers’ NBA G-League team.
Adrian Wojnarowski: Free agent G Shaq Harrison is signing a training camp deal with the 76ers, source tells ESPN.
Adrian Wojnarowski: Nuggets are signing guard Shaq Harrison to a two-way deal, sources tell ESPN. To make room, they’ll waive two-way forward Greg Whittington, who has been injured.
Ben Anderson: Sources tell me the @Utah Jazz are releasing Shaq Harrison.
Shams Charania: Free agent guard Shaq Harrison is finalizing a deal with the Utah Jazz, sources tell me and @Tjonesonthenba .
Adrian Wojnarowski: The Chicago Bulls will not extend a qualifying offer to guard Shaq Harrison, allowing him to become an unrestricted free agent, source tells ESPN.
Jeff Siegel: Something that probably won't matter but could -- Shaquille Harrison has an implicit no-trade clause in his contract with the Bulls, since he never changed teams in free agency despite being waived a couple weeks ago. He'll have Early Bird rights next year if he's not traded.
Shams Charania: Guard Shaquille Harrison is signing a one-year deal to return to the Bulls, league source tells
Malika Andrews: Shaquille Harrison addressed media for the first time this morning. He says this is the first time he’s been to Chicago. He said he was surprised to be cut by the Suns. “I didn’t see it coming at all, but that’s the NBA for you.” He wished the Suns luck.
The Chicago Bulls have signed guard Shaquille Harrison. In accordance with team policy, terms of the contract were not disclosed. In a preceding move, the Bulls waived center Omer Asik. Harrison (6-4, 190) was waived by the Phoenix Suns on Oct. 15, 2018. He played in four games (three starts) for the Suns during the 2018 preseason and averaged 7.5 points, 3.8 rebounds, 2.3 assists, 1.25 steals and 1.25 blocks in 22.4 minutes per game. Harrison first signed with Phoenix on Feb. 21, 2018, and averaged 6.6 points, 2.7 rebounds, 2.4 assists and 1.13 steals in 23 games last season, his first in the NBA.
Shams Charania: Bulls signing Shaquille Harrison to standard NBA deal, waiving eight-year NBA center Omer Asik. Asik is dealing with inflammatory arthritis issue and is under salary for for $11.3M this season, then partial guarantee on $11.9M for next season.
Shams Charania: Sources on @TheAthleticNBA @watchstadium: The Bulls are planning to sign guard Shaquille Harrison to a deal. Harrison arrived to Chicago this weekend, joining NBA team after his release from Phoenix on Monday.
The Disabled Player Exception that Phoenix applied for with regards to Darrell Arthur is now voided with his waiver. The Suns will have a $7.4M cap hit on Arthur and $50K with Shaquille Harrison. Teams eligible to claim Harrison must have cap space or a trade exception to claim him based on the guard signed a three-year contract in March. The remaining $1.4M on the Harrison contract is non-guaranteed and he has a $1.6M team option in 2019-20. The Suns will need to waive or trade one player before Jamal Crawford is signed.
Shams Charania: The Suns have waived guard Shaquille Harrison and forward Darrell Arthur, per league sources. @WatchStadium @TheAthleticNBA
Scott Bordow: Can confirm Suns are signing Shaquille Harrison to multi-year deal, which will be guaranteed through the rest of this season. Good for him. Kid deserves it for way he's played
Shams Charania: Sources: The Suns and guard Shaquille Harrison are finalizing a multiyear deal, guaranteeing him for the rest of the season. Harrison’s second 10-day contract expires today and he’s performed well since call up from G League’s Northern Arizona.
Gerald Bourguet: #Suns announce they've signed Shaquille Harrison to a second 10-day contract. Not surprising considering how well he's done in limited time
John Gambadoro: Suns are signing Shaq Harrison to a 10-day contact and waiving Josh Gray.
May 23, 2022 | 6:00 am EDT Update
“He hasn’t had the opportunity to be on the stage before,” Curry said. “With the confidence that we have as a team and the ability to come out here and prove who he is as a player in games that matter and I always say ‘just find ways to impact winning,’ he’s figured that out.
Wiggins doesn’t know where that dunk ranks in his collection, but Stephen Curry said it’s the best he has ever seen from his teammate. Klay Thompson said Wiggins looked like Dominique Wilkins. “That was impressive, I’m not going to lie,” Doncic said of the poster. “I saw the video again, and I was like, ooh. That was pretty incredible. I wish I had those bunnies.”
CJ Holmes: Andrew Wiggins on his poster dunk over Luka Doncic: “They tried to take it away, but maybe they didn’t see it fully through. That’s what challenges are for.” Had a huge smile on his face while responding to the question.
“If you can come in and play good basketball, you can essentially put a team away tonight,” Warriors forward Draymond Green said. “Now this team isn’t going to quit … but you can instill a lot of doubt with coming out and winning this game. And we knew that.”
“That’s a guy who has been criticized for being lackadaisical and the beat goes on, you’ve heard it all, yet on the biggest stage, he’s come through,” Green said. “It’s great to see, absolutely amazing to see him pick up his level of play.”
“I’m still learning,” said Doncic, who also had 11 rebounds, three assists and two blocks. “I think the first two quarters, I played very bad. That’s on me. But I’m still learning. I think after this season is done, whatever we are, I think we’re going to look back and learn a lot of things. “It’s my first time in the conference finals in the NBA. I’m 23, man. I’m still learning a lot.”