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07:10  12 february  2019
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James Harden (left shoulder soreness ) is probable for Monday's game against the Mavericks. Harden took a hit from Steven Adams during Saturday's game and was bothered by a sore shoulder for the rest of the game. However, it didn't stop him from dropping 42 points on the Thunder.

“A little sore right now,” Ball said of state of his shoulder . “But like I said, I was happy to be out there and finish the whole thing without coming out.” Ball anticipates the most trouble he’ll have is when contact is made with his left shoulder , but added it won’t require him to adjust his shooting motion or

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James Harden’s 30-point scoring streak continued on Monday despite a sore shoulder sustained during a game over the weekend.

During Saturday’s game between the Houston Rockets and Oklahoma City Thunder, Harden got tangled up with Steven Adams. The result was a sore shoulder that required attention from the Rockets’ training staff during the game. Later that evening, Harden downplayed the impact of the sore shoulder on his play.

Following Monday’s win over the Dallas Mavericks, in which Harden eclipsed the 30-point mark for the 30th game in a row, Mike D’Antoni said the sore shoulder bothered his star throughout the night.

Harden will likely continue to downplay the effects of the soreness on his play. However, now that D’Antoni has made it public that Harden is bothered by it, this will be something worth monitoring. Harden is as important to the Rockets as any player is to his team.

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James Harden will uphold his promise of playing until he can’t, unrelentingly choosing to keep playing through a sore wrist tonight against the Portland As long as Harden is conscious of the fragile state of his wrist and doesn’t over exert himself in the next few games, his wrist will naturally heal within the

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