With his future in Dallas clouded with uncertainties, Devin Harris realizes he may have played his last game with the Mavericks. But the veteran guard won’t listen to his gut to get any signs on whether he’ll have to pack his bags and play elsewhere next season. “I tend to not follow my gut, because once you think one thing ... it’s been pretty spot-on,” Harris said. “Obviously, the first time I left here (in 2008) was very hard. “My heart was into (remaining with the Mavericks), this is where I wanted to be, but like I said, sometimes the business gets the best of you. So I’ll let the chips fall where they may and try to make the decision possible with the information that I have.” The Mavericks have a team option in Harris’ contract that will pay him $4.4 million next season. They can pick up that option or allow him to become a free agent July 1. “I don’t know at this time exactly what management’s view is,’’ coach Rick Carlisle said. “I’m the coach. “Devin has been one of the great soldiers that I’ve had here in this organization and in this locker room, fighting for this team.” Harris, 34, said management hasn’t given him any assurances on bringing him back. “Obviously, it’s a team option,’’ he said. “The ball is in their court, but they haven’t given me any indication. “I think going into the summer, the draft and free agency kind of plays a part first (as far as the Mavericks’ top priorities). And we’ll kind of see where it is from there.”