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Devin Harris Won’t Be Suspended For Flagrant Foul

November 17, 2010

This past Monday night, Devin Harris committed a hard foul on Clipper’s rookie sensation Blake Griffin. The NBA later rescinded the flagrant-2 foul, therefore, Harris won’t be suspended. Check the video below. What do you think?

SALT LAKE CITY — Nets coach Avery Johnson got some good news today from the NBA: Nets point guard and co-captain Devin Harris won’t be suspended for his flagrant-2 foul Monday night against the Clippers’ Blake Griffin. That means he’ll be in the lineup when the Nets visit the Utah Jazz Wednesday night.

“That’s a load off me,” Johnson said with a smile. “So tonight, instead of sleeping five hours, I may sleep six.”

Harris was ejected from Monday’s 110-96 Nets win over the Clippers with 6:42 remaining in the second quarter, when he wrapped his arms around Griffin’s shoulders and pulled the rookie power forward down to the floor to prevent a breakaway layup on a fast break. Without Harris, backup Jordan Farmar, the former Los Angeles Laker, stepped up and had 15 points and a career-high 12 assists in his former home arena and Brook Lopez and Travis Outlaw scored 24 and 23 points, respectively, as the Nets kicked off a four-game road trip with a win that raised their record to 4-6.

Terrence Williams, who has missed the last four games with a strained abdominal muscle, practiced with the team for the first time in a week. Johnson said the Nets haven’t determined if Williams will play tomorrow.

“We’ll just see how he feels tomorrow, but he got through all the practice,” Johnson said of Williams.

“I feel all right. I feel like I can play basketball again,” Williams said. “I’ve got to get my steps right, but overall I feel good today.”

2 Comments leave one →
  1. November 20, 2010 2:48 AM

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