The great Brooklyn Nets team lose another of their stars through injury, this time it’s NBA sniper Joe Harris.
Just when the Brooklyn Nets finally seemed to have a clean sheet for their bigwigs, they lose another.
Sniper Joe Harris is expected to miss the last two games of the regular season.
The Nets forward is dealing with a left glute strain that is causing him discomfort, according to ESPN source Malika Andrews.
The good news is that the injury doesn’t appear to be severe enough to keep him out of the NBA playoffs.
Joe Harris is an absolutely vital part of the Brooklyn Nets roster.
He is averaging 14.1 points per game along with 3.6 rebounds and 1.9 assists.
But his true value is in his long distance shots. Harris leads the NBA in 3-point percentage, hitting an absurd 47.5% of his shots from deep this NBA season with a decent volume of 6.4 attempts per game.
His threat from the outside is the perfect complement to the Brooklyn Nets’ trio of All-Star scorers, who act like offensive monsters dominating the ball. (GG) (Fielding)