In just his second NBA game, Tobias Harris made a major impact with the Milwaukee Bucks in leading the team in scoring with 15 points as his team lost 109-93 at Phoenix
Harris made 4-of-8 from the floor and 7-of-10 from the foul line with four rebounds and two assists.
Here are a few stories on the game:
Here's a snipet on Harris from Brew Hoop:
After making his long-awaited debut last night against the Clippers and getting only 8 minutes and 39 seconds on the court, the Bucks' first-round pick logged 23 minutes and made them all count against the Suns. Whether slashing to the rim, banging on the block or working the mid-range game, Harris kept most of his opportunities in quality zones on the court and wound up with 10 free throw attempts to show for his trouble. His 15 points on 4-8 shooting and 7-10 from the line continues to provide hope that he can make positive contributions to the team early in his NBA career. His +11 differential may be a bit misleading, considering the bulk of his minutes came when the game had already floated beyond the grasp of the team, but he left no reason to doubt his abilities in his first extended look in a regular season NBA game.