Joe Harris
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Joe Harris re-signs with the Nets on a four-year $75 million dollar deal. Harris put together a good season with the Nets last season. Averaging 14 points per game, four rebounds, two assists, and shooting 48% from the field.

Joe Harris is a Great Addition to Win-Now Team.

The signing first reported by Shams Charania. Harris brings valuable shooting and timely scoring from the two-guard spot. As the NBA has evolved with three-pointers taking over, Harris is a valuable addition to a team with championship aspirations.

Harris spreads the floor and gives more openings for the stars of the Nets. Harris benefits greatly from Durant and Kyrie being on the floor with him. Since the two All-Stars will draw most of the defensive attention from other teams. Harris provides the bail-out shooting that any team in today’s game needs.

Re-signing with the Brooklyn Nets was big for the team. Harris has become a fan-favorite in Brooklyn. It is where he has spent the last four years of his career. The Nets with a shooter like Harris now have some serious firepower. Kevin Durant, Kyrie Irving, and Harris all can shoot from anywhere on the court. The Warriors have proven a three-ball heavy team is what wins in the NBA these days. According to Kyrie, the Nets don’t really need a coach. It will be interesting to see how Kyrie meshes with the new look Nets.

Joe Harris Made a Home in Brooklyn.

The Nets declined Garret Temple’s option for this upcoming season making room to keep Harris. With Temple’s option being declined Harris was more than likely to re-sign with the Nets and stay in Brooklyn. Now that Harris has re-signed with the Nets and with the recent acquisition of Landry Shamet. The Nets are contenders and have a good supporting cast to back KD and Kyrie.

The Brooklyn Nets are a force to reckoned with this year. Durant and Kyrie along with the players Brooklyn has surrounded them with have thrust them right into title contention. However, chemistry is always a key with new teams and especially since Durant didn’t play last year at all it is interesting to see how they mesh with Harris and the Nets.