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Harrison scored a career-high Wednesday.

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Former Kentucky guard Andrew Harrison set a new career-high in points for the second time in one week with 28 points Wednesday night. Harrison is having perhaps the best month of his career so far in February, scoring 16 points and dishing 3.8 assists per game. He’s been a bright spot for a Memphis Grizzlies team that’s 12th in the Western Conference right now.

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