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3 Manny Harris PG
Height/Weight: 6-5/185 | Birthdate: 9/21/1989 | Birthplace: Detroit, MI | Team: | College: Michigan | NBA Experience: 2 | Salary:   | Owned/Started%: 0/0

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Manny Harris scores season-high 19 points vs. Timberwolves


by R.J. White | CBSSports.com
(2/4/2014) Lakers guard Manny Harris scored a season-high 19 points on 8 of 11 shooting in his team's 109-99 loss to the Timberwolves Tuesday.

Harris also notched a season-high eight rebounds while chipping in one assist and one steal in 21 minutes off the bench. He has averaged 8.1 points and 3.8 rebounds over nine games.


Manny Harris scores 18 after signing another 10-day deal


by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com
(1/26/2014) The Lakers have signed guard Manny Harris to a second 10-day contract on Sunday, the team announced.

Harris followed that up with his best performance of the season, scoring 18 points on 6 of 9 shooting, including 2 of 3 from downtown, and 4 of 4 from the free throw line in a 110-103 loss to the Knicks in New York.

Harris also chipped in with two steals and one block while logging 19 minutes of game action. He has averaged 8.6 points, 3.0 rebounds and 1.4 assists over his last five games.

Manny Harris signs 10-day contract with Lakers


by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com
(1/16/2014) The Lakers have signed guard Manny Harris to a 10-day contract, according to the Los Angeles Daily News on Thursday. Harris led the D-League in scoring, averaging 30.6 points, 6.5 boards and 3.7 assists one 48.5 percent shooting over 13 games for the Los Angeles D-Fenders.

Magic trim roster to 15


by Chris Towers | CBSSports.com
(10/26/2013) The Magic cut four players from the roster Friday, in order to get the roster down to size prior to the start of the season. The Magic waived Mickell Gladness, Manny Harris, Kris Joseph and Romero Osby, leaving them with 15 players on the roster as the season begins.

Cavs bring back Harris


(3/17/2012) The Cleveland Cavaliers signed guard Manny Harris for the remainder of the season, the team announced Saturday. In order to clear space on the roster, Cleveland waived Jason Kapono, who was acquired from the Lakers as part of the package for Ramon Sessions.

Harris, Cavs part ways


(3/12/2012) The Cleveland Plain Dealer reports that the Cavaliers informed shooting guard Manny Harris that they were not resigning him after his second 10-day contract expired Sunday. The club wants roster flexibility heading into the trade deadline.

Harris sees first real playing time


(3/2/2012) For the first time since returning to the team from the D-League on Feb. 21, Cavaliers guard Manny Harris saw extended playing time on Friday against the Bulls, and the second-year guard managed to impress. Playing in 19 minutes as the Bulls held a large lead for most of the game, Harris managed to finish third on the team in scoring, putting up nine points on 4 of 8 shooting. He added a three pointer in the game as well as an assist, a rebound and two blocks, as the Cavs lost, 112-91.

Harris coming back to Cavs


(3/2/2012) The Akron Beacon-Journal reports that guard Manny Harris will re-sign with the Cavaliers on Friday for another 10 days. Harris’ first 10-day contract with the club expired Thursday. Harris made one appearance, playing only six seconds, during his first 10 days with the team. The Cavs had four games over the last 10 days because of the All-Star break. They’ll play six games over the next 10 days. After this second 10-day contract expires, the Cavs must sign Harris for the remainder of the season (and pay him guaranteed money) if they wish to keep him. Harris spent all of last season in the Cavs organization, but was released during training camp this season.

Cavaliers bring in Harris


(2/21/2012) The Cleveland Cavaliers signed guard Manny Harris to a 10-day contract on Tuesday to help bolster the team's shooting guard position. Harris was playing for the Canton Charge of the NBA Development League.

Harris added to Cavs NBDL squad


(12/29/2011) The Cavaliers added guard Manny Harris to their NBDL team, the Canton Charge on Wednesday. They cut the former Michigan star after he missed training camp with a burn on his right foot that Cleveland doctors couldn't treat during the NBA lockout.

Harris cut by Cavs


(12/24/2011) According to the Cleveland Plain Dealer, the Cavaliers cut guard Manny Harris and kept rookie guard Mychel Thompson. "[It's] nothing that Manny did wrong," coach Byron Scott said. "The style we are playing right now suits Mychel a little more than it does Manny." Harris had been dealing with a foot injury and did not play in either preseason game. Scott said the injury wasn't the deciding factor, but it definitely played a role in letting Harris go.

Foot limiting Harris early


(12/13/2011) Cleveland G Manny Harris has been hobbled by a foot injury and has yet to participate in the team's training camp, according to reports. The severity of the injury is not immediately known. Harris appeared in 54 games during his rookie year and averaged 5.9 points a night.

Harris' minutes set to drop


(3/22/2011) With guard Baron Davis close to returning from a back injury, Cavaliers guard Manny Harris will likely see his minutes cut. Harris has been averaging 16.7 minutes ppg during March and is averaging 5.6 points over that stretch. "Mostly with Manny, it's because we have most of the guards back," Scott said. "When Baron (Davis) is ready to play and we can get his back spasms taken care of, then Manny's minutes will drop."

M. Harris solid with others out


(2/23/2011) With Mo Williams and Daniel Gibson sitting out Wednesday against the Rockets, Cleveland gave more run to guard Manny Harris off the bench. Harris responded with 21 points over 26 minutes. The 21 points was the second-highest scoring total of Harris' career. Harris shot 9 of 16 from the field and hit three 3-pointers in the contest. He added nine rebounds, five assists and only turned the ball over once.

Harris stuck on the bench


(2/18/2011) Cavaliers guard Manny Harris has gone through quite a ride this season. In a span of two weeks, Harris went from everyday starter to sporadic bench player to being ruled inactive in Wednesday's upset win over the Lakers. With Cleveland getting Mo Williams, Daniel Gibson, and Anthony Parker all back from injuries, Harris' playing time has disappeared. ''I knew it was going to happen, but I was a little bit surprised with how quickly it happened,'' Harris told theAkron Beacon Journal. ''It was just a matter of time. It's not like the guys ahead of me were playing bad, they just got injured and they came back.'' Still just because Harris isn't playing much of late, doesn't mean coach Byron Scott has forgotten about him. ''I still think there's going to be times this year before it's all said and done he's going to get a bunch of playing time just so he can keep developing,'' Scott said. ''He's proven I can trust him to go in there and do the things he needs to do.''

Harris back on bench


(2/5/2011) One day after he missed all of his shots, Cleveland guard Manny Harris went back to the bench. The Cavaliers opted to start veteran Anthony Parker on Saturday instead of Harris. The rookie would outperform Parker as he finished with 12 points. Harris made three of his shots from the floor -- two of which came from beyond the 3-point arc -- and nailed all four of his foul shots. Harris added two rebounds, a steal and an assist in his 16 minutes of action. The Cavs would lose the game, 111-105, to the Trail Blazers.

Harris looks good as starter


(2/2/2011) Cleveland guard Manny Harris got the start once again on Wednesday night against Indiana. With the Pacers playing their second game under interim coach Frank Vogel, Cleveland almost managed to end their long losing streak and Harris was a big reason why. Harris shot 5 of 12 from the field over 30 minutes and hit two 3-pointers and all seven free throws to score 19 points. He added eight rebounds in the performance.

Harris thriving as starter


(1/31/2011) Cavaliers guard Manny Harris, who was making his second straight start in as many days, turned in another solid performance in Monday's 117-90 loss to the Heat. Harris put up his second straight 20-point scoring effort in the contest on 6 of 13 shooting from the field. He was a perfect 7 of 7 from the charity stripe and added five rebounds and a steal to his statline while logging 33 minutes. He also received some words of encouragement from LeBron James after the game. "Coming from a player like him and his caliber it means a lot. Everything he said was right," Harris said.

Harris does well in start, more to come?


(1/30/2011) Cleveland G Manny Harris got the start over Daniel Gibson on Sunday against Orlando and had his best game in weeks. He scored 20 points and hauled in six rebounds in the 103-87 loss. He was 7 of 12 from the field, including 3 for 5 from downtown, and converted 3 of 6 free throws. Harris, who played 38 minutes, also chipped in with three assists and a steal in the loss. Gibson injured his left quad in the outing and is considered day to day, but coach Byron Scott said the injury could sideline him for a few games.

Harris getting demoted?


(1/24/2011) Cavaliers G Manny Harris had been starting in Cleveland but he was moved to a bench role for Monday's game against Nets, with Daniel Gibson getting the nod. Harris entered the contest averaging 7.2 points with four rebounds and 2.6 assists over his last five games.

Harris fails to shoot


(1/19/2011) Cleveland guard Manny Harris scored 10 points on Wednesday night against Phoenix, but he took just six shots from the field. He went 3 for 6 -- 2 for 3 from behind the 3-point arc -- and nailed both his foul shots for the injury-plagued Cavaliers. He got the start over Daniel Gibson who is coming off an injury. Harris added a steal, a block, three rebounds and two assists in his 29 minutes of action on Wednesday.

Harris still producing for Cavs


(1/16/2011) With the Cavaliers dealing with a myriad of injuries of late, G Manny Harris had another solid performance on Saturday night against the Nuggets. He scored 14 points and hauled in seven rebounds in the 127-99 loss. He went just 4 for 14 from the field, including 1 for 5 from downtown, but converted 5 of 6 free throws while playing 37 minutes. Harris also chipped in with three assists, a steal and a blocked shot in the defeat.

Harris excelling as starter


(1/9/2011) Cavaliers G Manny Harris received his fifth start of the year on Sunday night against the Suns and had one of the finer performances of his young career. He scored a career-high 27 points and hauled in eight rebounds in the 108-100 loss. He went 7 of 13 from the field, including 4 for 7 from downtown, and converted 9 of 11 free throws. Harris, who played 41 minutes, also chipped in with two assists and a steal in the defeat.

Harris battles on boards


(1/8/2011) Cleveland rookie guard Manny Harris recorded his first career double-double on Friday night against Golden State. Harris is getting some starts with Daniel Gibson sidelined for a few games with an ankle sprain. "All you can do sometimes is shake your head when things like this keep cropping up," Cavs coach Byron Scott said before the game. "It's the opportunity for these young guys to show us what they can do." Harris took full advantage of his opportunity, scoring 16 points and grabbing a team-high 10 rebounds. He shot 6 for 9 from the field -- converting 1 of his 2 3-pointers -- and going 3-for-3 at the charity stripe. Harris added four assists and three steals in his 36 minutes on the court. He would try to rally the Cavs, but the Warriors would hold them off en route to their 116-98 win.

Harris to get more starts


(1/7/2011) With guard Daniel Gibson in Cleveland getting treatment on his sprained left ankle, rookie guard Manny Harris will get some starts. The Cavaliers start a five-game road trip on Friday at Golden State.