NBA News, Brooklyn Nets: Season for Joe Harris confirmed

Joe Harris has to operate a second time at his left ankle and will be for the complete rest of the season. The confirmed Nets-GM Sean Marks on Thursday.

Already at the end of November Harris had to have an ankle-op under knife, originally went from a downtime of four to eight weeks. However, the healing process did not proceed as desired, so that the 30-year-old has not been able to return to the Court without problems.

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“Although Joe has worked diligently in the rehab over the past few months and has considered all options for a return, we decided that he needed another arthroscopy in the coming weeks,” said Marks before the 107: 113 bankruptcy Nets against the Miami Heat.

Although Marks assume that Harris can then be completely healthy, but by the procedure he will miss the rest of the season and the playoffs. This lacks the Nets an important role player, Harris is one of the best snipers in the team. In the current season, he came in 14 missions before injury to 11.3 points and 4 rebounds on average at 46.6 percent three-rate quota (6.3 experiments per game).

After all, against Miami Kevin Durant celebrated his comeback after a long injury break, the superstar of the Nets set up 31 points in 35 minutes. But the fans still have to wait for the debut of Ben Simmons in the Nets jersey. Currently the new entry is missing due to back problems.

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“He has trained individually in the current week, hopefully he can attend team training towards the end of the next week,” said Marks. “Then we can bring him in shape. There is no exact schedule, we will look from day to day as he reacts. Hopefully he comes back sooner than later, we have to bring this team together.”

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