Devin Harris left Sunday's win over the Milwaukee Bucks during the fourth quarter with a sore left foot and did not return. Harris' status for tomorrow's game against the Indiana Pacers won't be determined until sometime on Monday according to head coach Larry Drew.
"I just saw him in the back and he had ice on his foot," coach Larry Drew said after the game. "We'll see how he is tomorrow."
Harris played just over 29 minutes against the Bucks and finished with 16 points and four assists. He made his 29th start of the season on Sunday.
Larry Drew has made it a practice to go with Harris in the same back court with starting point guard Jeff Teague anytime he wants to push the pace. Harris has played well of late averaging 11.1 points and 4.5 assists on 45 percent shooting from the field.
Shelvin Mack was pressed into duty during the fourth quarter and Harris' injury could play a part in the Hawks decision to re-sign Mack for the remainder of the season when his second 10-day contract expires on Tuesday.