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Report: James Harden, James Ennis, Nenê All to Miss Multiple Games

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Houston Rockets General Manager Daryl Morey today announced updates on James Ennis, James Harden, and Nenê.  All three players were evaluated by Dr. Walter Lowe and Dr. Steven Flores of Memorial Hermann.

Ennis sustained a Grade-2 right hamstring strain during the fourth quarter of Sunday’s game at the Los Angeles Clippers.  He will miss the Rockets next two games and will be re-evaluated prior to the Rockets upcoming road trip which begins at Brooklyn on Friday, Nov. 2.

Harden left during the fourth quarter of last night’s game vs. Utah.  Following an MRI this morning, he was diagnosed with a Grade 1-Plus left hamstring strain.  Harden will also miss the Rockets next two games and will be re-evaluated prior to upcoming road trip.

Nenê underwent an MRI on Wednesday, which revealed a right calf strain.  He will continue rehabilitation and will be re-evaluated in approximately two weeks.

Source: Houston Rockets

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Source: Anthony Puccio of SNY.tv

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Source: Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN

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