Gary Harris

Orlando Magic

About Gary Harris

Gary Harris, a professional basketball player for the NBA’s Orlando Magic, was born in the United States on September 14, 1994.  NBA varsity jackets are made to fulfil your desire to look like a NBA player.  As a sophomore in 2009–10, he helped Hamilton SE to a 17–4 record with an average of 14 points, four rebounds, two assists, and three steals per game. He led the Royals to a 20-4 record and a trip to the Class 4A regional finals in 2010–11 as a junior, averaging 18.6 points, 5.0 rebounds, 3.0 assists, and 2.7 steals per game while winning just the second sectional title in school history. In November 2011, Harris formally committed to playing collegiate basketball for Michigan State University by signing a national letter of intent.


In his sophomore, junior, and senior years, Harris played wide receiver for Hamilton SE and excelled at the position. As a senior, he added a regional championship to his three league titles. Letterman varsity jackets are available at nba store on a reasonable price. 


On October 12, 2017, Harris and the Nuggets agreed to a four-year, $84 million contract deal. He had a career-high 36 points on December 13, 2017, as the Boston Celtics defeated him 124-118. He scored 28 of his 36 points on January 3, 2018, as the Nuggets defeated the Phoenix Suns 134-111. He scored 25 points overall and hit the go-ahead 3-pointer on February 1, 2018, helping the Nuggets defeat the Oklahoma City Thunder 127-124. Harris scored 12 points off the bench in an 88-82 victory over the Portland Trail on April 9, 2018, after an 11-game hiatus.


Harris missed five games in January due to hamstring discomfort after missing 11 games in December because of an ailment to his right hip. His right adductor injury caused him to miss seven games later.


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