Just a month ago it began to be rumored and today it is reality. Joe Harris will not play again this season as he has to undergo surgery again due to his left ankle injury.
has been his own gerente general of Brooklyn, Sean Marks, who has transmitted the bad news through YES Network. While it’s a blow to the Nets, it’s far from a surprise. From the first intervention on the forward’s ankle, it was commented that small setbacks had appeared and that the recovery was not going well. Now the worst forecasts are confirmed and Harris says goodbye to the current course.
Despite the fact that Harris’s absence is notable –it was not in vain that until his injury he was averaging 46.6% in triples–, the New Yorkers made sure with the transfer of James Harden the incorporation of Seth Curry, who despite having some differences with Harris can provide that much-needed amount of outside shooting for the team.
Despite Harris’ prolonged absence, there’s still time to find out what team these Nets can be. To begin with, it remains to be seen when Ben Simmons can make his debut, something that adds to the uncertainty of whether Kyrie Irving will be able to play in the home games before the end of the campaign.
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