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Gary Harris 

Post#1 » by NuggetsWY » Fri Oct 4, 2019 3:07 am

Without a doubt, one of the best two-way shooting guards in the league today. He doesn't get much attention simply because that isn't his nature. He's willing to do all the little things and let others get all the attention. He's our third best player, at least in the opinion of most and if Porter lives up to potential, Harris will be the fourth best player. It won't change anything about him though. He just gives his best.

The biggest problem is injuries. His seasons since coming into the NBA: 55 games, 76 games, 57 games, 67 games, 57 games. If he can not avoid injuries, Beasley might over take him as the starter.

Harris attempts around 11 shots per game with 4 of those being 3pt shots. I'd love for him to take about 15 shots per game - take the open shots more often. But that's just not his style.
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Re: Gary Harris 

Post#2 » by Coeur » Sat Oct 5, 2019 8:19 pm

How excited are you for 2-6 years from now w this guy?


I like Torrey Craig better than Harris
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Re: Gary Harris 

Post#3 » by NuggetsWY » Sat Oct 5, 2019 9:29 pm

Coeur wrote:How excited are you for 2-6 years from now w this guy?

I like Torrey Craig better than Harris

:rolleyes: :sigh: :confused: Well, you like Wiggins too, so ...
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Re: Gary Harris 

Post#4 » by skywalker33 » Sat Oct 5, 2019 9:35 pm

NuggetsWY wrote:
Coeur wrote:How excited are you for 2-6 years from now w this guy?

I like Torrey Craig better than Harris

:rolleyes: :sigh: :confused: Well, you like Wiggins too, so ...


GREAT POINT !!!

So Coeur, in two years you'd rather have a 31-yr old one-dimensional SG/SF over a 27-yr old, two-way SG in his prime ?? Another great assessment, you prove your sports knowledge time after time
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Re: Gary Harris 

Post#5 » by Coeur » Thu Oct 10, 2019 9:22 pm

skywalker33 wrote:
NuggetsWY wrote:
Coeur wrote:How excited are you for 2-6 years from now w this guy?

I like Torrey Craig better than Harris

:rolleyes: :sigh: :confused: Well, you like Wiggins too, so ...


GREAT POINT !!!

So Coeur, in two years you'd rather have a 31-yr old one-dimensional SG/SF over a 27-yr old, two-way SG in his prime ?? Another great assessment, you prove your sports knowledge time after time

Harris isn’t a 2 way SG.

I don’t think TC will be a 20 mill a year player. If they have him for 10 or less per? Yes I like him better than harris at 20. Right now he’s way more value this cheap
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Re: Gary Harris 

Post#6 » by Coeur » Thu Oct 10, 2019 9:26 pm

NuggetsWY wrote:
Coeur wrote:How excited are you for 2-6 years from now w this guy?

I like Torrey Craig better than Harris

:rolleyes: :sigh: :confused: Well, you like Wiggins too, so ...

I have no doubt that Wiggins will be better over 2-6 years from now than Gary Harris.


No reason to keep bringing Wiggins up if you’re just fanboying the current players than nobody can stack up to that. I’m just talking talent, fit, and what the Nugs would need to do to be competitive in the playoffs. I think the sad part is Kroenke believes he doesn’t have to try to win it all when much of the fan base would be so thrilled w a 1 seed that there’s no reason to risk trades to try to win it all.


Any other fan base with a team this deep and this close to really good would be demanding trading the depth to get top 3 or 4 type talents.
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Re: Gary Harris 

Post#7 » by NuggetsWY » Thu Oct 10, 2019 10:14 pm

Coeur wrote:
skywalker33 wrote:
NuggetsWY wrote: :rolleyes: :sigh: :confused: Well, you like Wiggins too, so ...


GREAT POINT !!!

So Coeur, in two years you'd rather have a 31-yr old one-dimensional SG/SF over a 27-yr old, two-way SG in his prime ?? Another great assessment, you prove your sports knowledge time after time

Harris isn’t a 2 way SG.

I don’t think TC will be a 20 mill a year player. If they have him for 10 or less per? Yes I like him better than harris at 20. Right now he’s way more value this cheap

Fascinating concept: "Harris isn't a 2 way SG"
and yet most of the National Announcers, etc call him one of the best two-way guards and/or one of the best wing-defenders in the league.
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Re: Gary Harris 

Post#8 » by NuggetsWY » Thu Oct 10, 2019 10:24 pm

Coeur wrote:
NuggetsWY wrote:
Coeur wrote:How excited are you for 2-6 years from now w this guy?

I like Torrey Craig better than Harris

:rolleyes: :sigh: :confused: Well, you like Wiggins too, so ...

I have no doubt that Wiggins will be better over 2-6 years from now than Gary Harris.

No reason to keep bringing Wiggins up if you’re just fanboying the current players than nobody can stack up to that. I’m just talking talent, fit, and what the Nugs would need to do to be competitive in the playoffs. I think the sad part is Kroenke believes he doesn’t have to try to win it all when much of the fan base would be so thrilled w a 1 seed that there’s no reason to risk trades to try to win it all.

Any other fan base with a team this deep and this close to really good would be demanding trading the depth to get top 3 or 4 type talents.

Wiggins, Wiggins, Wiggins - there is not a single RealGM fan besides yourself that likes Wiggins, especially with that contract. Typically he is called things such as "one-dimensional" or "un-motivated".

I've given people short bans for excessive posting on one topic. You are pushing my limits. Only reason you're not banned is because you are somewhat civil about it. But your myopic obsession over Wiggins is reaching the limits of multiple people.

As for your concept of "top talent" - you have no credibility because of your man-crush on Wiggins.
Jokic - Absolute Elite.
Murray - some national media saying he has a shot at being an All-Star this year.
Porter - we'll have to see if he lives up to his hype.
Millsap - one of the best two-way PFs in the league today.
Harris - one of the best two-way SGs in the league today.

Yes, I would love to get Beal. That would be an upgrade even though I love Harris' game.
Grant looks to be a solid two-way player.
Vanderbilt's potential is unknown.
Morris could start on some teams.
Beasley could start on some teams.

That's 9 players that could play on any team in the NBA and even some off our bench could start on some other teams.

If we are supposed to be screaming for a top-3 or top-4 player (let's just say an All-Star); show me which ones are available for trade. Please ignore those with salaries that would destroy our cap for years to come - like the non-star Wiggins.
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Re: Gary Harris 

Post#9 » by skywalker33 » Thu Oct 10, 2019 10:29 pm

Coeur wrote:
skywalker33 wrote:
NuggetsWY wrote: :rolleyes: :sigh: :confused: Well, you like Wiggins too, so ...


GREAT POINT !!!

So Coeur, in two years you'd rather have a 31-yr old one-dimensional SG/SF over a 27-yr old, two-way SG in his prime ?? Another great assessment, you prove your sports knowledge time after time

Harris isn’t a 2 way SG.

I don’t think TC will be a 20 mill a year player. If they have him for 10 or less per? Yes I like him better than harris at 20. Right now he’s way more value this cheap


Do you even KNOW what a 2-way player is...apparently NOT !! If ignorance is bliss, you must be the happiest camper in the world !!
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Re: Gary Harris 

Post#10 » by THE J0KER » Fri Oct 11, 2019 5:39 am

Gary Harris is one of the biggest questions of Nuggets upcoming season. He has great 2017-18 season, but last 2018-19 was step down for him, which can be explained with all those injury problems he has. Will he backs on 2017-18 tracks (or even better), or 2018-19 level is new reality for Harris? Beasley since December was arguably better player, but once playoff started Beasley underperformed while Gary played better than during regular season. I don't like how he started preseason, 7 turnovers vs Clippers is way too much, but that is just a preseason game.
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Re: Gary Harris 

Post#11 » by NuggetsWY » Fri Oct 11, 2019 11:42 am

THE J0KER wrote:Gary Harris is one of the biggest questions of Nuggets upcoming season. He has great 2017-18 season, but last 2018-19 was step down for him, which can be explained with all those injury problems he has. Will he backs on 2017-18 tracks (or even better), or 2018-19 level is new reality for Harris? Beasley since December was arguably better player, but once playoff started Beasley underperformed while Gary played better than during regular season. I don't like how he started preseason, 7 turnovers vs Clippers is way too much, but that is just a preseason game.

Totally agree - the reason I like Harris better is because he's such a solid two-way player.
The reason I like Beasley is because of his talent level, athleticism, whatever. The reason Beasley frightens me a little is because he seems to take it easy on defense sometimes.
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Re: Gary Harris 

Post#12 » by LeverRed » Sat Oct 12, 2019 4:38 am

Beasley at 10 million a year is where I would project him to be I believe the Nuggets were right in line with that offer . Beasley betting on himself this a is a very big risk For him to take Given nobody knows have an injury can affect your life and future pay

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