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Oklahoma State Freshman Guard Chris Harris Out for Season

No. 2 is done for the season.



Oklahoma State freshman guard Chris Harris will have knee surgery on Friday and is out for the remainder of the 2019-20 season.

Head coach Mike Boynton gave the update on Thursday.

“Chris Harris is officially done for the year,” said Boynton. “He’s gonna have surgery on his knee (Friday). That surgery will happen tomorrow, and we’ll kinda know more after the surgery in terms of recovery time and all that stuff.”

We asked Boynton for specifics on the injury, but he declined, noting that his general policy is to not talk specifics in case he gets them wrong.

Harris was averaging three points, one board and one assist and had not played since the TCU game on Feb. 5, when the injury occurred. His best outing of the season came when he had 10 points, three boards and an assist against Georgetown in December. He also hit three 3-pointers against Syracuse in December, but only went 12-for-59 on the season. In non-Georgetown and Syracuse games, he was 7-for-45 (not great!).

As of right now, Harris will join an even younger group coming back in 2020-21. Here’s what OSU will look like from a classification standpoint.


Cade Cunningham
Rondel Walker
Montreal Pena


Avery Anderson
Chris Harris
Keylan Boone
Kalib Boone
Hidde Roessink


Isaac Likekele
Yor Anei



They will likely add more pieces — possibly more freshmen signees or even transfers a la Jonathan Laurent — but as of now, OSU will only have two upperclassmen on a young, fun roster next year that Harris should be a part of.

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