Devin Harris PG DAL 2 Days

Harris scored 13 points in a preseason win over the Cavaliers. He finished 4-of-9 from the field, including 2-of-5 from behind the arc.

Harris led the bench in minutes played with 27 and has established himself as the team's first guard off the bench.

Devin Harris PG DAL 12 Days

Harris scored nine points on 3-of-4 shooting, including 2-of-3 from behind the arc, in Dallas' preseason loss to the Rockets. He added two assists and a rebound.

Harris spent a large portion of his offseason regime working on his three-point arc. If he can hit it with regularity, he could develop into a valuable bench contributor.

Devin Harris PG DAL 16 Days

Harris missed the first half of the 2013-14 season recovering from offseason toe surgery. He appears set to lead the Dallas second unit after a summer dedicated to improving his health and preparing for the season, ESPN Dallas reports.

Harris had success off the bench last year and appears poised to do the same this season. He may be part of the second unit but should still see heavy minutes.

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Devin Harris officially signed with the Mavericks on Friday.

Health is always a concern with Harris, but if he's able to stay on the court next season, he'll likely have a larger role with the departure of Jose Calderon. It's not outlandish to think that Harris could eventually overtake Raymond Felton for the starting point guard position, but again, Harris' injury history (he's missed an average of 28 games the past three seasons) makes him for an extremely risky pick come draft day.

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The Mavericks and Devin Harris are "putting the finishing touches" on a three-year deal on Saturday.

The loss of Jose Calderon means Harris could see a bigger role at point guard. He couldn't really stay healthy last season, but he had some nice flashes off the bench. He could be a sneaky late-round pick since only Raymond Felton is in his way for playing time.

Devin Harris PG DAL 4 Months

The Dallas Mavericks hope to re-sign backup point guard Devin Harris.

"It's important," said general manager Donnie Nelson. "Guys that were in our locker room last are guys that we would love to have back." The Mavericks have made it clear that they hope to bring Harris back, and with the recent trade of Jose Calderon, he may be in line to start next season. If he does indeed start next year, his fantasy value will take a considerable jump heading into drafts.

Devin Harris PG DAL 4 Months

Devin Harris will become an unrestricted free agent come July 1, and he will be looking to sign a long-term deal.

When Harris was asked if the three-year, $9 million deal that was offered to him last season before he went down with a foot injury would be enough to keep him in Dallas, Harris responded: "Three years, yes. Somewhere in that area. The years sound good. It would be a good starting point." Harris also added he would prefer to return to Dallas, stating that the Mavs chances of retaining him were "pretty good."

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Devin Harris has been connected to signing with the Bulls this summer.

The Bulls will look to bring back Kirk Hinrich and/or D.J. Augustin, but they could turn to someone like Devin Harris as a second-unit guard. Harris played well down the stretch, scoring 11.4 points per game in the first round of the playoffs. Regardless of where he lands, his injury history will make him a tough target in fantasy leagues.

Devin Harris PG DAL 5 Months

Impending free agent Devin Harris said he'd ideally like to sign a long-term deal with the Mavericks.

The Mavs agreed to terms with Harris on a three-year, $9 million deal last summer. But then they discovered a toe issue that needed surgery, and instead did a one-year, $1.3 million deal. But Harris got healthy and became a big part of the playoff push as a third guard behind Jose Calderon and Monta Ellis, and is still just 31 years old. He'll attract three-year offers.

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Devin Harris played well in his 24 minutes off the bench against the Spurs during Game 2's 113-92 win with 18 points, four boards, five assists, one steal and one block.

He shot 7-of-9 from the field with two 3-pointers for a stellar 88.9 effective field goal percentage. Harris played great with 19 points in Game 1 and he's certainly earning his playing time with his ability to get to the rim. The Mavericks have been managing his minutes all season and he looks like he'll be scoring in the teens more often than not during this series.