While Harris may be available, the Nets would be seeking a “pricey” return, Fischer wrote.
“It’s crazy to me; he’s their only real three-and-D player,” an assistant general manager told Fischer. “But his name keeps popping up.”
Harris has been out after undergoing surgery on his right ankle, but that isn’t expected to impact his trade value. He has proven to be a viable fit, stretching the floor with his lethal perimeter shooting next to Kevin Durant and James Harden (and Kyrie Irving, when in uniform).
Harris, 30, is averaging 11.3 points and 4.0 rebounds in 11 appearances this season, shooting an icy 47 percent on 3-pointers.
The NBA trade deadline is Feb. 10.