Brooklyn Nets Get James Harden And Two Others Back

The Brooklyn Nets have announced that James Harden, Paul Millsap and Jevon Carter have all exited COVID-19 protocol. However, it isn't all good news, as David Duke, Kessler Edwards and Cameron Thomas have entered it.

The Nets are continuing to get hit ridiculously hard by the virus. With today's news, there are still 10 players in protocol, which is more than half of their entire roster.

Out of the players returning, however, it's quite apparent that Harden is the most notable. It's been another very solid season for the star, as he has averaged 20.8 PPG, 7.9 rebounds and 9.6 assists in 26 games. 

Although Millsap and Carter aren't stars, they each have been respectable role players for Brooklyn this campaign. In 21 games, Millsap has averaged 3.4 PPG, 3.7 rebounds and 1.0 assists. As for Carter, he is averaging 2.3 PPG, 1.5 rebounds and 1.1 assists.

Nevertheless, at least the Nets have Harden back for their expected Christmas Day game against the Los Angeles Lakers. That is assuming, of course, it doesn't end up being postponed. 

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