Gary Harris (groin) did not practice on Sunday.
According to coach Michael Malone, Gary Harris (groin) could play in the season opener.
The Nuggets have picked up their team option on Gary Harris.
Gary Harris (groin) is still "a ways away" from playing, according to Chris Dempsey of the Denver Post.
Gary Harris (groin) won't rule out playing in the season opener, but added that it's not a target date either.
Michael Malone said he expects Gary Harris (right groin) to be back in action in 3-4 weeks.
Nuggets head coach Mike Malone said he expects Gary Harris (right groin) to be ready for the regular season.
Gary Harris (right groin) is expected to miss the next 4-6 weeks due to a partially torn muscle.
According to coach Mike Malone, Gary Harris (right groin strain) will miss "at least a couple weeks."
Gary Harris underwent an MRI on Tuesday to evaluate his right groin strain.
Gary Harris (right groin strain) will not return on Monday.
Gary Harris said that he's been "living in the gym" this summer, and his improvement has been "raved about within the walls of the Pepsi Center."
Gary Harris said that he has good chemistry with Nikola Jokic.
Michael Malone called Gary Harris on draft night to assure him he will remain the team's starting two-guard.