Tobias Harris F ORL 8 Days

Harris (ankle) will not play Friday against Portland, Fox Sports Florida's Dante Marchitelli reports.

Harris will sit out a second straight game after spraining his ankle Tuesday. He's been a steady producer in the month of March, averaging 16.6 points and 4.9 rebonds while shooting 46 percent from the field and 37 percent from three.

Tobias Harris F ORL 8 Days

Harris (ankle) is questionable to play Friday against the Blazers, Josh Robbins of the Orlando Sentinel reports.

Harris sprained his ankle Tuesday and sat out Wednesday's loss to Dallas. Coach James Borrego said he does not currently have an update on Harris' status, but he will provide more details closer to tipoff.

Tobias Harris F ORL 10 Days

Harris (ankle) won't take the court Wednesday at Dallas, the Magic's official site reports.

After spraining his left ankle Tuesday, Harris will miss the back end of the Magic's current back-to-back set. Because he missed five outings earlier this season due to a similar concern, he could receive a longer than extended rest. Nevertheless, his next chance to take the floor arrives Friday versus the Blazers.

Tobias Harris F ORL 11 Days

Harris suffered a sprained left ankle in Tuesday's game against the Rockets and will not return, the Orlando Sentinel reports.

Harris should be considered a game-time decision for Wednesday's contest against the Mavericks until the Magic shed light on the exact severity of his injury. He already missed five games this season with a similar injury so there's certainly concern for him needing extended time to rest his oft-injured left ankle.

Tobias Harris F ORL 17 Days

Harris scored 17 points (7-16 FG, 3-5 3Pt) with three rebounds, three assists, one block and three steals in 39 minutes during Wednesday's loss to the Bucks.

Harris has been in consistent scoring form with eight straight games in double figures. He has also has nine steals and eight threes in his past four games. Harris is an injury risk, but when healthy, he can produce in a number of categories.

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Harris (knee) posted 11 points, four rebounds, two assists, and one block in 36 minutes of action Wednesday against the Suns.

Harris entered Wednesday's game questionable to play, and while he has managed to play through his ailment thus far, he hasn't been producing as efficiently as normal. He's averaging just 11.0 points and 5.2 rebounds over the last five games, significantly lower than his season averages. Consider him a game-time decision moving forward.

Tobias Harris F ORL 24 Days

Harris was limited in practice Wednesday due to a knee injury, John Denton of the Magic's official site reports.

Harris has been struggling with a knee injury recently, and the issue appears to have resurfaced. His status heading into Wednesday's game is unclear at this point, but the morning shootaround should provide a better indication of his potential availability.

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Harris (knee) made it through Sunday's game against the Sixers without aggravating his knee injury, and he'll play Wednesday against the Heat, John Denton of reports.

Harris had been battling a sore knee, which caused him to miss three straight games, but he was not experiencing swelling or discomfort after playing 25 minutes Sunday, so he should be considered healthy going forward. However, knee injuries sometimes have a tendency to linger, so it's possible the soreness could creep back up once Harris' workload returns to normal levels. Prior to sitting out the aforementioned three games, Harris had averaged more than 40 minutes in his previous four games.

Tobias Harris F ORL 1 Month

Harris (knee) will play and start in Sunday's game against the Sixers, the Orlando Sentinel reports.Harris has missed the past three games with a knee injury but will overtake the starting spot for Evan Fournier on Sunday. Although, it's still unclear if the Magic will allow Harris to take on a full compliment of minutes in the effort to prevent further injury.

Tobias Harris F ORL 1 Month

Harris (knee) will not play in Friday's game against the Pelicans.Harris will miss a third consecutive game due to knee soreness that even lingered over the All-Star break. As a result, Evan Fournier is slated to be promoted to the Magic's starting lineup for Friday's contest. At the moment, it's unclear if Harris' ailing knee will keep him out for Sunday's game versus the Sixers.