Rockets’ James Harden out two weeks with grade 2 hamstring strain
The Houston Rockets started the season on a roll despite the injury to Chris Paul thanks in large part to the incredible play of James Harden. Houston, however, has lost five of their last six games and Harden left last night’s victory over the Los Angeles Lakers with a hamstring strain.
Following an MRI that was done on Monday afternoon, the Rockets have announced that Harden will miss at least the next two weeks with a grade 2 hamstring strain before he is re-evaluated.
— Adam Wexler (@awexlerKPRC) January 2, 2018
The Rockets just announced that James Harden’s hamstring strain will sideline him at least two weeks.
— Marc Stein (@TheSteinLine) January 2, 2018
More to come.
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