The league office has decided not to suspend Devin Harris for his flagrant foul against Blake Griffin Monday night in Los Angeles. The NBA reviews every "flagrant 2" foul to determine if further action --a fine or suspension-- is required and the Nets were informed Monday there will be no such action against Harris, who was ejected.
"It didn’t look too good," Harris said after practice Tuesday in Salt Lake City, where the Nets play the Jazz Wednesday. "I certainly wasn’t trying to hurt him. But I am very relieved."
Meanwhile, the Nets hope Terrence Williams will return to action after missing four game to an abdominal strain. "I feel all right. I feel like I can play basketball again," TWill said.
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