Dallas Mavericks guard Devin Harris, who is recovering from toe surgery, has been training with the team and getting ready to return to the court. After getting in a few full practices with his teammates, he might even see game action before the end of November, via Eddie Sefko of the Dallas Morning News:
With 13 players active and in uniform, the Mavericks had a full roster for the first time this season.
Next on the mend list is Devin Harris, who had left foot surgery and said things have picked up rapidly as he begins more arduous workouts. A few full practices could set him up to return by the end of the month.
Last week, Harris stated that his goal was to be back in the lineup by mid-December, via the Forth Worth Star-Telegram's Dwain Price:
#Mavs G Devin Harris (toe surgery) has targeted mid-December for when he plans to play his first game this season.— Dwain Price (@DwainPrice) November 13, 2013
When Harris does return, he will provide depth at both guard spots. Rookie guard Shane Larkin made his debut for the team on Monday night, coming back from a broken ankle. Larkin played alongside fellow rookie Gal Mekel, who has functioned as the team's backup point guard behind Jose Calderon.
Harris averaged 9.9 points and 4.9 assists in 24 minutes per game last year for the Atlanta Hawks.