Harris headed to Greece, ends 5-year run in NBA G League
The 29-year-old agreed to terms with Greek power Kolossos, which plays in the country’s top league and finished in the middle of the pack last season.
The 6-foot-7 forward played last season for the Grand Rapids Drive, where he averaged 7.6 points and 4.4 rebounds per game. He started 20 of 49 games.
Harris, of West High fame, played five years in the G League, where he set Alaska career records for games, points and rebounds and won a championship with the Fort Wayne Mad Ants in 2014.
He played 227 games for Fort Wayne, the Iowa Energy and Grand Rapids, and collected 1,461 points and 948 rebounds. He also played in 12 playoff games, helping Fort Wayne reach the 2015 Finals.
The former University of Kentucky player owns a career high of 30 points in the G League. He also sank four buzzer-beaters and hit 8 3-pointers in a game.
Harris has previous international experience in China and Germany.