After an impressive 2013 summer league, the Lakers signed Harris to a partially guaranteed multi-year deal on August 14.
Well, that clearly did not last long. Although L.A. was initially committed in developing Harris, the Lakers simply do not need the undrafted forward. Already a deep team, there aren't many minutes to go around, especially now with superstar Kobe Bryant almost returning.
The team assigned Harris and rookie Ryan Kelly to the development league a few weeks back, and the Gonzaga University product displayed a nice showing in his single game scoring 18 points.
When Harris was signed, he had a decent chance at remaining with the squad for the entire year, but with the surprising emergence of Xavier Henry, the German native never really had the chance to play many minutes.
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