Kevin C. Cox
The ninth-year pro out of Wisconsin didn't travel to Philadelphia with the team, and is likely to miss multiple games as he deals with a foot injury.
Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported by tweet that the former Wisconsin Badger wasn't traveling with the rest of the Hawks to Philadelphia for Friday night's game, and that Harris isn't likely to appear against the Chicago Bulls Saturday night in Atlanta.
Harris is the sixth-leading scorer on the team with 7.7 points per game this season, and he's also chipped in 2.5 assists and 1 steal per game. The Hawks have won six of their last nine, although they were on the wrong end of a 100-92 loss to the Oklahoma City Thunder on Wednesday in a game where Kevin Durant went off for 41 points.
One area where Harris hasn't helped the Hawks is in three-point scoring. Harris is shooting just 32.4% from long distance, although that's better than his career 31.6% mark.