Coach: Harden Holding Out

Jonathan Grant | December 8th, 2020

A lot has changed about the Houston Rockets in the last few weeks, and more could be set to change in the days ahead. that’s because James Harden, according to new head coach Stephen Silas, is effectively holding out, with the man in charge saying there is “no timetable” for his return.

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Harden had been barred from returning the first day due to Covid-19 protocols, but it now appears that he wouldn’t have shown up anyway. The Rockets have not expressed an interest in trading Harden thus far, but with such tactics taking place, it will be fascinating to see if they cave in or if Harden will be the first to blink.

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