The Sacramento Kings may be on the lookout for a more ‘traditional’ point guard as covered earlier today, but that might not be the only roster move they’re considering.
According to Carson Sofro of HSB Camps, the Sacramento Kings appear to have interest in 30-year-old forward Mike Harris.
Harris, who played for the Utah Jazz earlier this season, has recently been tearing up things in China and the Kings are one of the teams interested in bring him back stateside.
Reports suggest the Bulls, Kings, Lakers, and even the Jazz, who cut the forward back in January, have inquired about his services, although no deal is imminent. With many teams plagued by injury, it would appear a player with Harris’s versatility, toughness, and consistent production, would attract the attention of more than just a handful of suitors.
A 6’6 forward who can either play the three or the four, Harris played in twenty games for the Jazz this season, putting up four points a game in 11 minutes before receiving his walking papers.