Nets' James Harden ruled out for Sunday's game in Chicago due to hamstring tightness

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James Harden driving vs. Pacers grey uniforms
James Harden driving vs. Pacers grey uniforms

The Nets have ruled guard James Harden out for Sundays game against the Bulls in Chicago.

Harden, who is dealing with right hamstring tightness, sat out of Thursday’s game against Charlotte, a game in which the Nets rolled over the Hornets 111-89.

The Nets have built a star-studded roster this season, adding Harden, Blake Griffin, and LaMarcus Aldridge to a roster that already included Kyrie Irving and Kevin Durant. But the Nets have yet to play a game with all of their stars healthy at the same time.

They could soon reach that point, though, as head coach Steve Nash said Saturday that there’s an ‘outside chance’ that Durant could return to the floor when the Nets take on the Knicks on Monday.

“I'm not certain on Monday,” Nash said about Durant, who has been out since mid-February with a hamstring strain. “I think there's an outside chance he might play, but I also couldn't say that he's by any stretch probable. So we'll wait and see.”