Nets sharpshooter Joe Harris has to step up next season.
He is too talented of a shooter and player to have delivered the disappointing performances he had in the Nets-Bucks series that ended with Brooklyn crashing out of the playoffs. Harris led the league in three-point percentage during the regular season at 48 percent, the second time he’s been the league’s most lethal long-range shooter in his career.
So what went wrong? The sharpshooter began the series well, missing only four shots in Game 1 and doing the same for Game 2 on his way to double-digit scoring nights. Unfortunately for Harris, it will be Game 3 and Game 7 that will haunt him all summer.