Rockets guard James Harden has been diagnosed with a grade 1-plus strain to his left hamstring which means he will miss at least the next two games, according to ESPN. He will miss the Friday game against the Clippers and Tuesday's game against the Portland Trail Blazers. He will be re-evaluated before the Rockets' road trip on November 2nd.
The injury is similar to January where he had a Grade 2 hamstring strain that caused him to miss no less than seven games.
It's nothing serious, nothing serious," said Harden. "It's nothing close to last year. Just being cautious."
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