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SportNBA playoffs 2019: Warriors reportedly 'not buying' the severity of James Harden's eye injuries

05:30  04 may  2019
05:30  04 may  2019 Source:   sportingnews.com

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NBA playoffs 2019 : Warriors reportedly ' not buying ' the severity of James Harden ' s eye injuries . The Rockets star had both eyes scratched by Draymond Green in Game 2 of Houston' s second-round series against Golden State on Tuesday.

May 3, 2019 at 7:48 pm ET1 min read. One of the master foul manipulators in the league, Rockets guard James Harden is known for embellishing "There' s a few players in that locker room that' s not buying the whole James Harden ' s eye being extremely hurt. They were talking about some of the

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The Warriors won't take James Harden lightly in this year's playoffs.

The Rockets star had both eyes scratched by Draymond Green in Game 2 of Houston's second-round series against Golden State on Tuesday. According to a report from Yahoo Sports, the defending champs are skeptical about the severity of Harden's injuries.

Some members of the defending champs are "not buying" that the Rockets superstar's eyes are affecting his performance, according to a Yahoo Sports report. The report seems to indicate Harden was putting on an act by appearing to squint at the free throw line in Game 2, despite making a number of difficult shots.

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A look at James Harden ' s eyes following Game Two' s loss to the Warriors . The Rockets played valiantly in the 11 or so game minutes while Harden was out, closing the gap from nine points to five, but those were minutes when Harden could have helped tighten the game or even given them the lead.

James Harden was poked in the eye by Draymond Green midway through the first quarter of Game 2 in the Warriors -Rockets NBA playoff second-round After returning, he scored 29 points and shot 9 of 16 overall. "There are a few players in the [ Warriors ] locker room that aren't buying the whole

The Beard was scoreless in the first quarter of Houston's Game 2 loss when his eyes were scratched by Green. Rockets coach Mike D'Antoni even told reporters they were bleeding after the incident. But Harden still returned to post 29 points, six rebounds and four assists in the contest.

Houston is down 0-2 to Golden State, but the next two games will take place at the Toyota Center. Harden, who led the league in points per game (36.1) in 2018-19, will surely look to help his team sweep the Warriors in the Rockets' home stand to even up the series.

Harden is averaging 32 points against Golden State in the Western Conference semifinals. Golden State knows what Houston is capable of, as the Rockets took it to Game 7 in last year's Western Conference finals.

The Warriors will continue to make the reigning MVP work for every bucket.

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