James Harden questionable to play vs. Wizards, Kevin Durant removed from injury report

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After missing Friday’s win over the Oklahoma City Thunder in order to rest his surgically repaired Achilles, Kevin Durant has been removed from the Nets’ injury report ahead of their game against the Washington Wizards on Sunday. However, Brooklyn may still only have two stars on the floor while paying a visit to Russell Westbrook and Bradley Beal.

On Saturday, the Nets announced James Harden is questionable to play against the Wizards. He is dealing with a left thigh contusion. This would be the first game Harden has missed since joining the Nets, logging eight games in a Brooklyn uniform through Friday’s win.

Harden’s absence would present Durant and Kyrie Irving the first chance to play as a duo since the forward had to quarantine for seven days due to the NBA’s COVID-19 health and safety protocols.

Outside of Harden, Nic Claxton (right knee tendinopathy) and Spencer Dinwiddie (ACL surgery) are the only players featured on the Nets’ injury report. Both remain unavailable.

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