The Cleveland Cavaliers are nearing training camp, and that means that players are starting to lock in and get back to business. One player who has gone under the radar, but has put in a lot of work this offseason is Joe Harris.

The shooting guard will be coming into his second year in the NBA, one that didn’t see him play too much due to the Cavs veteran presence and championship aspirations. He averaged just 2.7 points per game, but did appear in 51 games in his rookie campaign. He only played one game over 30 minutes, which was against Philadelphia, and scored a career high 16 points on 6-12 shooting.

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Harris joined Sirius XM NBA Radio to talk about a few topics relating to the Cavs entering a 2015-16 of high expectations.

Harris also talked about Tristan Thompson’s situation with the Cavs at the moment.

One has to believe that Harris will get more playing time this season, now that he’s had one whole year of ups and downs on his resume. Aside from that, the Cavs would be smart to start seasoning their bright young star when they’ve got the chance. Their overseas pick Cedi Osman is already perfecting his game in Europe, so Harris should see more time this season.