Cohen’s Analysis: If you had the opportunity to watch any Michigan games a few years back prior to their sudden launch with Trey Burke and Tim Hardaway Jr., you would know just how prolific of a scorer Manny Harris is.
He earned a plethora of accolades in high school and college, including joining Jalen Rose and Mike McGee as the only three Michigan players to amass 1,600 points in a three-year span. Harris was also a finalist for the Bob Cousy and John Wooden Awards in 2010.
Despite going undrafted, Harris was scooped up by the Cavaliers and started in a total of 20 games over a two-year period. He last played for a pro team in Ukraine.
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