In 2009, Devin Harris was in the midst of a career season with the New Jersey Nets. He averaged 21.3 points, 6.9 assists and 1.6 steals per game and was named by coaches to the Eastern Conference All-Star team. He appeared to be on the cusp of cementing his place amongst the NBA's elite point guards. However, in subsequent years with the Nets, he saw his level of play decline due to injuries and what he has referred to as the toll of playing for a losing team.
Since his move to the Utah Jazz last February via the Deron Williams trade, he has continued to struggle in his efforts to regain that All-Star form and occasionally looks out of place in the Jazz offense. Should that continue to be the case, there are some interesting trade possibilities around the league.