EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (AP) -Devin Harris' sprained left ankle is feeling better and the point guard plans to practice with the New Jersey Nets on Wednesday.
It will be his first practice since being acquired from Dallas on Feb. 19 in an eight-player deal that sent star point guard Jason Kidd to the Mavericks.
``We'll see how he responds to that,'' coach Lawrence Frank said Tuesday night before the Nets played the Orlando Magic.
Harris is no longer feeling any pain when he cuts on the floor, but Frank was concerned about his stamina, noting the three-year veteran has not played since Jan. 27.
Harris took part in the Nets' shootaround on Tuesday morning and participated in a couple of one-on-one drills.
``Everything so far has been positive,'' Frank said.
The Nets will host Milwaukee on Thursday and San Antonio on Sunday before departing on a five-game road trip that will include a stop in Dallas on March 8.
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