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Nine-time All-Star James Harden has always been known for his durability. You can count on him to always show up. The Beard has played in 657 regular season games since 2012 while averaging 36.9 MPG in that time period. In his first stint with the Nets coming from Houston, it was the first time Harden suffered from an injury both prior and during the postseason. This has now raised concerns on what to expect going into training camp.
Harden, of course, is still fully recovering from a hamstring strain which reached a grade 2 sprain in the playoffs. You can pinpoint this to some lack of conditioning at the start of the season or maybe age. Now at 32-years-old, all the minutes the Nets star has compiled since 2012 can be catching up.
Nevertheless, one thing is for sure, and that is that we are going to find out in the next couple of months when the season commences. There’s some good news though for Brooklyn. In a recent workout video, Harden’s hamstring is making significant progress that isn’t hard to notice: