Steve Nash will have to face the next games without Joe Harris. As reported by Chris Milholen of NetsDaily, the New Yorkers forward will be out for several games before his left ankle is reexamined, in which he suffered a sprain in the course of the game played against the Oklahoma City Thunder a few days ago.
For Brooklyn it represents a significant loss. Harris, a starter in all the games he has played this season, is currently averaging 11.3 points per night with 46.6% from long distance; In other words, it is an essential element when opening the court.
If anything, the Nets should get over their absence without major qualifying setbacks. Despite not having Kyrie Irving and having clearly lost the last game against the Warriors, Brooklyn remains in third place in the Eastern Conference with a balance of 10-5. The performance of Kevin Durant and James Harden will depend on whether they continue on the right track.
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