Devin Harris knows all about the expectations replacing Jason Kidd, but he also knows about the opportunity. "This is my chance to run a team and do things my way," Harris says. "I have a coach that’s allowing me to do that." That's a big change from Dallas, where departed coach Avery Johnson had him looking over his shoulder. Harris also thinks he can average 8-10 assists per game in the new offense.
- Harris turn to run the show - Al Iannazzone - The Record