According to the club’s official Twitter page, Brooklyn Nets defender James Harden left the court in the first quarter of the NBA regular season match against the New York Knicks (114: 112) due to a tight right hamstring.
The 2017/2018 MVP is back on track after missing two previous games with a hamstring injury. Harden exacerbated the damage in the fifth minute of the game and asked head coach Steve Nash to replace him. For 4:22 on the floor, Harden did not score a single point, gave 3 assists and made 1 rebound.
The Nets managed to beat the Knicks despite Kevin Durant, Blake Griffin, Landry Chalmette and Tyler Johnson. Point guard Kyrie Irving has 40 points.