One day after being let go as the Milwaukee Bucks general manager, Larry Harris says he thinks he's leaving his successor a strong team.
Harris said there's a core group of players on the roster that could be all-stars one day, and he thinks the team is only a few tweaks away.
Harris got emotional yesterday when he met the media in Milwaukee. He's been with the organization for 20 years, the last five as the team's general.
The Bucks are 23-44 this season and that's the third worst mark in the Eastern Conference.