RANKED: The NBA’s Starting Shooting Guards From Worst to Best

28. Gary Harris — Denver Nuggets

Harris has taken a tumble in recent years. While still a solid defensive player, Harris’ offensive game — namely his outside shot — has waned significantly. After knocking down over 40-percent of his three-point attempts in ’17 and ’18, Harris is making just one-third (33.4) of his threes over the last three years. He’s dealt with injuries, though a reduced role (with fewer shot attempts overall) may also be playing a part in his offensive decline. A team on the rise like the Nuggets might be inclined to move on from the 26-year-old in the near future.

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