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Nets’ James Harden Suffers Setback, Out Indefinitely

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Brooklyn Nets superstar guard James Harden ha suffered what the organization is calling a “setback” in his hamstring rehabilitation and is now out indefinitely, according to ESPN’s Malika Andrews.

The Nets indicated that Harden suffered the setback on Monday during an “on-court rehab session” and had an MRI on Tuesday.

“Back to square one,” Nets coach Steve Nash said.  “We’ll rehabilitate him and get him back whenever we can, and who knows when that will be. We’ll support James and our performance team in getting him back in as best condition as possible. And hopefully that comes sooner than later, but there’s no guarantee.”

Harden has missed the past 6 games for Brooklyn.

“He just felt it,” Nash said. “He didn’t fall or stumble or anything out of the ordinary; he just felt something maybe in the ballpark of a strain. Then the scan revealed he did suffer a setback. So not much more to it other than just disappointment and that we have to rebuild and get him going again.”

“He’ll be back when he’s back,” Nash said. “That may not be until the playoffs. It may be sooner. I don’t know.”

Anthony DiMoro is the creator of Sports Rants and the CEO of Elite Rank Media. He is a former Contributor for Forbes and the Huffington Post where he covered sports, social media, and SEO. Anthony formerly hosted the 'Forbes SportsMoney Podcast'.

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