Brooklyn Nets' Joe Harris fully healthy, 'feeling great' after injury-plagued 2021-22 season 3:06 PM ET Nick FriedellESPN Staff Writer Close Nick Friedell is the Chicago Bulls beat reporter for ESPN Chicago. Friedell is a graduate of the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University and joined ESPNChicago.com for its launch in April 2009. Brooklyn Nets guard Joe Harris is "feeling great" after ankle surgeries derailed his 2021-22 season and is expected to be 100% heading into training camp later this month, according to his agent Mark Bartelstein. "He's doing great," Bartelstein told ESPN. "Feeling great, ready to roll." Harris played in just 14 games last season while dealing with recurring issues in his left ankle. After initially having surgery on the ankle in late November, Harris underwent another procedure in March after he tried to rehab and couldn't get back on the floor. Bartelstein reiterated what he told the New York Post in an earlier interview -- noting that Harris would "absolutely" be ready to start the season fully healthy. Harris, 31, averaged 11.6 points and 30.1 minutes per game last season. The Nets remain confident that with a healthy Harris and Seth Curry , who was acquired from the Philadelphia 76ers at last season's trade deadline, they will have some strong outside shooting to go along with stars Kevin Durant , Kyrie Irving and Ben Simmons .