Sixers Hit With Terrible Injury News

It hasn't been the start to the season that the Philadelphia 76ers had hoped, and it's not about to get much better, as they've just learned that James Harden has a foot injury and will be out at least four weeks. 

Adrian Wojnarowski is reporting that Harden suffered a right foot tendon strain in Wednesday night's 121-111 loss to the Washington Wizards and is expected to miss a month. 

Philly Inquirer beat reporter Gina Mizell says that Harden had a noticeable limp in the locker room after the loss to the Wizards, but he didn't address the media.  

The Sixers are 4-5 on the season, and have already been without Joel Embiid for the past two games due to the flu.

Harden is averaging 22 points, 10 assists and 7 rebounds on the young season.

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