Gary Harris may be dealt by the Denver Nuggets next summer.
The Nuggets tried to trade Harris to the Bulls for Zach LaVine and to the Pelicans for Jrue Holiday but talks did not go too far.
Harris is owed $39.6 million over the next two seasons.
Per Bleacher Report, The 25-year-old is owed $39.6 million over the next two seasons, and his scoring average (17.5 to 10.2), field-goal percentage (48.5 to 39.8) and three-point percentage (39.6 to 29.4) have all plummeted from two seasons ago. If he’s moved this offseason, the Nuggets could experiment with different lineup combinations to get more minutes for Michael Porter Jr. A trade would also provide more cap flexibility to account for the possibility of Jerami Grant declining his $9.3 million player option for a higher salary and long-term deal this summer.