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Rockets guard James Harden said he'll play in Thursday's game against the Blazers with a jammed left wrist. Harden hurt the wrist March 18 when he took a nasty spill at Denver. "It will get better but if I keep banging on it and keep falling on it then it's going to keep going back too square one," Harden said Thursday morning. "I try to limit banging on it and keeping it away from contact, it's kinda hard because it's my left hand. I do a lot with my left hand." Harden was getting the left wrist iced after Thursday's shootaround and will continue to get treatment on it.

Calvin Watkins, ESPN Staff Writer

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Is Carmelo really at peace with reduced role?

Max Kellerman wonders how Carmelo Anthony went from an elite superstar to sacrificing minutes so younger players can see more action.

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The job of NBA general manager is a tale to behold.

Kevin Arnovitz chronicles the tireless, unappreciated work and delicate web that make up the life of an NBA general manager

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Should teams fear facing Westbrook in playoffs?

The SportsNation panel believes that Russell Westbrook does not have enough firepower around him to pose a threat in a playoff series.

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Sedano gives Cavs 'zero percent chance' to repeat.

Jorge Sedano claims the Cavaliers' porous defense will cost them a chance at a second straight title.

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Warriors mount epic comeback to top Spurs.

Trailing 15-0 to start the game and falling behind by 22 points early, the Warriors take over as Steph Curry drops 29 points and Klay Thompson adds 23 in win over the Spurs.

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Westbrook's historic night makes Thunder playoff bound.

A 21-point lead wasn't safe in Orlando with MVP candidate Russell Westbrook setting an NBA record for most points in a triple-double, as the Thunder rally for an epic win in overtime.

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Whose clutch shot was best?

Kemba Walker, Malcolm Brogdon and Russell Westbrook all came up clutch for their teams on Wednesday night.

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Hip hop and hoops collide.

Mike WiLL Made-It performs as the Rockets take on the Warriors streaming live Friday at 10:30 p.m. ET on the ESPN App and WatchESPN.

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