Terrell Harris (190-G-93, college: Georgia Coll.) (186-G) is a 23 year old 190cm guard from Indiantown,Florida that is playing his rookie season in Germany with the : Iserlohn Kangaroos (Germany-ProB). He started his basketball career at Mars Hill (NCAA2) in 2011 and then moved to Georgia College in 2012. As a senior he played 29 games averaging 24.6ppg, 6.7rpg, 4.0apg, 1.6spg, FGP: 59.1%, 3PT: 36.3%, FT: 76.8%. He concluded his college basketball career winning the All-PeachBelt Player of the Year 2016. Harris spoke to eurobasket after the 84-74 victory against Stahnsdorf.
Terrell Harris (190-G-93, college: Georgia Coll.) thanks for talking to eurobasket.com. Congrats on the big 84-74 victory against Stahnsdorf. How good did it feel to get back on the winning track after the bitter loss last weekend against Bochum?
Hey Miles nice to talk to you again like always. Thank you on the victory, it feels good to win any game in this league. In all we are better than our performance against Stahnsdorf. I know personally I did not play up to my potential and overall we did not play up to our potential as a team, but we are learning.
Both teams got their offense going in the first quarter, but lost some steam in the second quarter. Did the defensive principles of both teams take better control in the second quarter?
Yes the defensive pressure picked up on both sides of the ball. Both teams kind of went into a slump the second quarter. Which we have to do a better job at. I am confident we will fix that because that starts with me
Was your two buckets and Kone’s massive dunk in the first few minutes of the fourth quarter the needed energy and deciding push that took Iserlohn to keeping the momentum and not letting Stahnsdorf come back?
My two buckets and Kone’s dunk were important to keep us ahead but our defense allowed those two buckets. We can be a terrific defensive team when we pressure, rebound, and get out into transition. Thomas and Panicked provided key buckets as well to help us stay ahead and seal the win.