ESPN Dallas "Mavericks small forward Chandler Parsons and guard Devin Harris did not practice Monday and will be listed as questionable for Tuesday’s Game 2 against the Houston Rockets. Coach Rick Carlisle said the status of both players could be game-time decisions. Parsons is dealing with soreness in..." April 20
Rick Carlisle says Devin Harris (left leg) will be questionable Wednesday at Golden State. #DALatGSW
Per Rick Carlisle, Devin Harris (lower right leg soreness) is OUT vs. the Lakers. #DALvsLAL
Injury updates presented by Baylor Emergency Medical Centers: - Devin Harris, right lower-leg soreness, out. #DALatWAS
Dallas Morning News "Guard Devin Harris played only 10 minutes Monday before leaving the game for good in the second quarter with what the Mavericks described as lower right leg soreness. Mavericks coach Rick Carlisle spoke to Harris in the arena corridor after the game, but afterward declined to characterize the..." November 18
ESPN Dallas "The Dallas Mavericks have officially re-signed veteran guard Devin Harris. The four-year deal is worth $16.55 million, with the fourth season partially guaranteed, sources told ESPN.com's Marc Stein. Harris signed a one-year deal at the league minimum last season with the Mavs. He was slated to..." July 17
Donnie Nelson said the contracts for Dirk (3 yrs, $30 mill) and DHarris ( 3 yrs, $12 mill) hasn't been signed. But he expect no hiccups.
ESPN Dallas "Monta Ellis and Jose Calderon are now part of the new core for Dallas. Mavs owner Mark Cuban made that so by giving them multiyear contracts going into the 2013-14 season. It’s established that they were part of the problem when it came to Dallas’ issues on the defensive end of the floor. Veteran..." June 04
Real GM Basketball "Devin Harris has been connected as a potential free agent acquisition of the Chicago Bulls, according to a source. Harris finished a one-year contract with the Dallas Mavericks this season and has said he hopes to re-sign." May 13
Fort Worth Star-Telegram "Devin Harris is in his second tour of duty with the Dallas Mavericks. The 10-year veteran guard would like nothing more than to have that second tour extended. Harris becomes a free agent July 1. And he has no designs on packing up to play for another team. But he doesn’t want to be..." May 09
Devin Harris had a 3-yr, $9 mill verbal deal last summer. But the Mavs found a toe problem, rescinded it, then got him for 1 yr, $884,293.
Dallas Morning News "Devin Harris left Tuesday’s game with a sore right Achilles in the second quarter and did not return. It’s the sort of injury that the Mavericks don’t need right now. Coach Rick Carlisle pegged Harris as questionable for Wednesday’s game. “It started before the game, sort of tightened up,”..." March 12
Dallas Morning News "It’s way too early to start the clock on when Devin Harris becomes the Dallas Mavericks’ starting point guard. Rick Carlisle doesn’t deal in knee-jerk reactions like that. However, given the way the wily veteran has played the last two games, including a superb showing off the bench in the..." January 27
Dallas Morning News "Two strangers were on the practice court with the Mavericks on Tuesday afternoon. One was back after a relatively brief absence. The other was tougher to recognize, like a long, lost friend who finally wandered back through the door. Shawn Marion was back working with the first team at the..." January 15
Shawn Marion (bruised ribs & shoulder) expects to play vs. the Clippers. Devin Harris went through practice but won't play on trip.
Carlisle said Devin Harris is on the "right path" with light court work. He'll do it for another week and then assess where things are.
Devin Harris (toe surgery) told me in pregame he is back to running on the treadmill. He hopes to be 100 percent in January.
Carlisle says Harris will need more time to recover after experiencing swelling around his surgically-repaired toe. No timetable set.
Dallas Morning News "Mavericks guard Devin Harris will continue with basketball activities despite a recurrence of pain in the left big toe, coach Rick Carlisle said Wednesday. Harris had surgery on the toe in July and began practicing Dec. 2. He reported an increase of discomfort and pain in the toe after going..." December 12
Dallas Morning News "The likelihood that the Mavericks will be without point guard Devin Harris beyond Christmas increased Tuesday. Harris reported pain and swelling in his left big toe after going through a practice. Harris had surgery on the toe in July and returned to practice Dec. 2. “We’re trying to gauge..." December 11
Carlisle cited when playmakers get back, that'll help alleviate the issue with Monta's minutes. Mainly Larkin and Harris.
Devin Harris just said his personal goal is to be back and playing in mid-December. Where's he at in terms of recovery: "No pain."
Real GM Basketball "Devin Harris is progressing in his recovery from offseason toe surgery, and he has received clearance to elevate his training to light running and jumping. “That’s a very good sign,” Rick Carlisle said on Saturday night. “From there, it’s how he tolerates it until his next visit to the doctor,..." November 10
NBA.com "You can always go home. In the case of Dallas Mavericks guard Devin Harris that saying may ring especially true as the one-time All-Star returns to the city where he spent the first 3 ½ seasons of his career before being dealt away in the trade that brought back future Hall of Fame point guard..." August 29
Carlisle says in 2-3 months @Dev34Harris will be "back into the fold" after toe surgery and will play two positions.
ESPN sources: Toe injury forces Mavs to shelve plan to re-sign fan favorite Devin Harris. Sides mutually agree to scrap three-year, $9M deal
Hearing Devin Harris is on his way back to Dallas. Mavericks and Harris are closing in on three-year, $9+ million deal
Atlanta Journal-Constitution "Devin Harris had a platelet-rich plasma injection in his ailing toe Wednesday when the Hawks guard traveled to New York to visit a foot specialist. It was the second PRP shot that Harris received in the toe on his left foot this season. He received similar treatment during the All-Star break. “It..." April 04
ATLHawks Injury Update: Devin Harris (sore left foot) will be a gametime decision and Al Horford (stomach illness) is doubtful vs #Celtics
Atlanta Journal-Constitution "Devin Harris missed Monday’s game against the Pacers with a left foot injury. Harris was hurt in the third quarter of Sunday’s victory over the Bucks and was unable to return after scoring 16 points. It marked the 14th game Harris missed this season with foot problems that have plagued him most..." March 26
Peachtree Hoops "The Hawks are down a point guard after Devin Harris left Sunday's game in the fourth quarter with a sore foot. Harris was examined by trainer Wally Blase on the bench but it was later determined that he would not return. No post-game update on his injured foot." March 24
Atlanta Journal-Constitution "Devin Harris started a third straight game at point guard Sunday against the Nets. According to coach Larry Drew the decision is based on Harris’ recent play and the condition of Jeff Teague’s sprained left ankle. Harris averaged 16 points, 6 assists, 3.5 rebounds and 1.5 steals in the previous..." March 18
Atlanta Journal-Constitution "You just can’t figure out these Hawks. Without four players, including starters Josh Smith and Jeff Teague, the depleted Hawks stunned the Lakers 96-92 Wednesday night at Philips Arena. The victory snapped a three-game losing streak for the Hawks and was just their second win in the past eight..." March 14
Atlanta Journal-Constitution "Devin Harris seeks out contact. Jeff Teague does not. While each of the speedy Hawks guards possesses the ability to break down defenses and get to the rim, there is one big difference in their style of play. Harris looks to be fouled on drives to the basket. In the past four games, Harris has..." February 27
Hawks, Bucks seriously talking on Josh Smith deal, sources tell Y! Monta Ellis, Ekpe Udoh among players discussed for Smith, Devin Harris.
Dallas Morning News "A couple of former Mavericks came through town with the Hawks on Monday, and both said it would be fine with them if they ended up back in Dallas again. DeShawn Stevenson has been steadfast since he helped win the 2011 championship that the Mavericks were the organization for whom he’s best..." February 12