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James Harden provides Nets with potential bright spot for Game 7

James Harden went from a courageous inspiration in his first game back in Game 5 to a courageous sniper Thursday. But it was all for naught as the Nets needed superstar Harden to beat the Bucks in Game 6. Harden scored 16 points with seven assists, four steals and five rebounds in a 104-89 loss in the Eastern Conference semifinal series. “The Beard’’ is going to have to test his hamstring again Saturday in Game 7 at Barclays Center.
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Steve Nash Sends Clear Message About James Harden Before Game 6

Two days after he surprisingly played 46 minutes on an ailing hamstring, Brooklyn Nets guard James Harden is ready for more. Nets head coach Steve Nash said Harden is good to go for tonight’s potential Game 6 clincher in Milwaukee. The high-scoring lefty injured his hamstring in the opening minute of Game 1 and did not return until Tuesday night.
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James Harden Gets Annoyed At Giannis Antetokounmpo For Lengthy Free Throw Routine

Giannis Antetokounmpo is a 2x MVP, 5x All-Star, and 5x All-NBA player. Apparently, he's also the world's leader at performing the longest free-throw routine. For whatever reason, the guy takes forever at the charity stripe and has actually been called for a violation multiple times throughout the years. He did...
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Steve Nash reveals Kyrie Irving, James Harden statuses for Game 6 vs. Bucks

Brooklyn Nets head coach Steve Nash revealed the designations for Kyrie Irving and James Harden as his team prepares for Game 6 against the Bucks. Irving, who missed the Nets’ victory in Game 5, remains out with his ankle sprain. Nash said the star point guard will not travel to Milwaukee, but instead stay in Brooklyn to receive treatment.
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Nets star James Harden’s harsh reality on injury ahead of crucial Game 7 vs Bucks

The two best words in all of sports are being graced in the series between the Brooklyn Nets and Milwaukee Bucks: Game 7. After the Bucks took Game 6 in Milwaukee, it set up a winner-take-all Game 7 in Brooklyn on Saturday night, just what everybody wanted from these two teams. For Brooklyn, they are battered, and James Harden’s comments about his injury don’t scream confidence for the Nets in any way whatsoever.
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James Harden vs. Giannis could be the NBA's Koepka-DeChambeau, and it's all about pace of play

The other day on the golf course, I watched from the tee as a very bad player on the fairway ahead took 11 practice swings before hitting his approach. ("Approach" is too kind a word for what the shot did, but you get my point.) The badness I could take—I'm also a medium-bad golfer—but the slow pace was infuriating. My emotions at that moment appear to be exactly what James Harden feels these days while watching Giannis Antetokounmpo's free-throw routine. Not only is it bad, but it's slow . . . egregiously slow, and in fact illegally slow. Keep an eye on Harden in the video below:
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James Harden Will Not Have Minutes Limit Thursday

Jim Owczarski of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports James Harden will not have a minutes limit in the Game 6 matchup between the Brooklyn Nets and Milwaukee Bucks. https://twitter.com/JimOwczarski/status/1405662624965091333. Harden is dealing with a hamstring injury, last playing in 1 114-108 Game 5 win, scoring five points, six rebounds and...
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James Harden will continue gutting it out for Nets

MILWAUKEE — James Harden has never won that elusive NBA championship, but he’s pretty sure he knows what it’s going to take — making what seems impossible possible. On Tuesday, that meant fighting back from a hamstring injury, upgraded from out to doubtful to questionable to logging 46 minutes in a Game 5 win over the Bucks. On Thursday it could mean an encore, Harden already ruled available for Game 6 with a chance to close out the Eastern Conference semis — hamstring be damned.