Basketball – NBA: James Harden Will Not Feature Against Warriors Due To Injury
James Harden has been ruled out of the Houston Rockets’ standoff with ruling NBA champions the Golden State Warriors because of neck damage.
Rockets head mentor Mike D’Antoni reported Harden’s nonappearance only hours previously Saturday’s conflict.
Harden was formally recorded as sketchy for Houston’s road game because of a cervical strain in his neck.
Be that as it may, the in-form Rockets star is presently out with the neck injury as well as flu-like indications.
It is not clear when Harden at first endured the damage, yet ESPN reports that he got treatment on his right shoulder and neck while laying on the sideline amid Thursday’s misfortune to the Los Angeles Lakers.
In any case, that did not restrict Harden’s play as he completed the game with 30 points in 37 minutes.
In the days paving the way to the All-Star break, James Harden additionally had pain from a left shoulder strain, however, it didn’t drive him to miss any games.
Harden is presenting a solid defense for his MVP battle, averaging 6.7 rebounds, 7.7 assists, 36.5 points and to push the Rockets to a 33-25 record.
Cervical strain is a neck injury for all those confused if James Harden was listed for the injuring his cervix, as men do not biologically posses those. Harden haters might dispute that, but they aren’t too familiar with women’s anatomy anyways https://t.co/owmWzOWmba
— Kevin Murphy (@kevin_cMurphy) February 23, 2019
Gave up my first born child for warriors rockets tickets just to find out James Harden is out with a neck injury. Like get well soon bro but ya boy was hyped to see The Beard live ???
— Miles Hinson (@MilesHinson) February 24, 2019
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