The Brooklyn Nets swingman Joe Harris has left the NBA's Orlando campus due to a non-medical personal mater, the team announced.
The Nets, who are in the middle of a playoff series against the No.2 seed, Toronto Raptors, don't how much time Harris will miss.
Joe Harris has left the NBA Campus in Orlando due to a non-medical personal matter. The status of his return will be updated as information becomes available.— Brooklyn Nets (@BrooklynNets) August 19, 2020
Harris will be required to undergo a quarantine upon his return to the campus, though the length of the quarantine won't be determined until he returns.
Inside 'the bubble', the swingman played eight games including two playoff contests. During the period, Harris averaged 19.1 points per game, along with 5.9 rebounds. He also shot 59.8% from the field and 55% from three.
Harris recorded his career high in rebounds (15) in Game 2 of the first round series against the Raptors.
The things look very complicated for the Nets in the postseason. Without one of their best scorers in Joe Harris, players like Timothe Luwawu Cabarrot and Jamal Crawford (if he returns from his injury), will have to step up. Otherwise, the Nets will be leaving the 'bubble' by the end of the month.
There's chances Harris has played his final game for the Nets. He becomes an unrestricted free agent this summer, and multiple sources have confirmed Brooklyn will do everything in their power to keep him in the squad.