Originally posted on Lakerholicz.com  |  Last updated 2/4/14
PHOTO: L.A. Times Manny Harris had a decent few games with the Lakers, notably his 18-point outing in New York, though it looks like his time with the purple and gold is up. According to Mark Medina from the L.A. Daily News, the team is not expected to retain Harris whose second 10-day contract runs out on Tuesday. The Lakers would have to sign Harris for the rest of the season in order to keep him, something that doesn’t make sense right now seeing as Steve Nash, Steve Blake and Jordan Farmar are all expected to be available to play tomorrow night in Minnesota. The three returning point guards will likely see a lot of playing time in the backcourt at the point and shooting guard positions, along with Kendall Marshall who has most definitely earned his stripes over the past month or so. This would likely lead to Harris being a bench warmer for the rest of the season seeing as the likes of Nick Young and Wesley Johnson will see time at the small forward position. Lakers aren't expected to retain Manny Harris, whose 10-day contract expires tomorrow. Coincides w/ Lakers' flood of point guards returning— Mark Medina (@MarkG_Medina) February 3, 2014 However, it’s not all bad news for Harris who will apparently be taking part in the D-League’s All-Star game, according to Mike Bresnahan from the L.A. Times. This should give Harris yet another opportunity to show NBA teams what he’s made of, and maybe he’ll end up signing a 10-day deal with another franchise within the coming weeks. .bottom-of-post-responsive { width: 300px; height: 250px; } @media(min-width: 500px) { .bottom-of-post-responsive { width: 300px; height: 250px; } } @media(min-width: 800px) { .bottom-of-post-responsive { width: 336px; height: 280px; } } The post Lakers not expected to re-sign Manny Harris appeared first on Lakerholicz.com.
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