Katie Nolan is optimistic James Harden and the Nets will get healthy this season | HQ

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Katie Nolan, Domonique Foxworth, and Mike Golic Jr. react to Brooklyn Nets star James Harden being out indefinitely after a setback in his hamstring rehab.

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0:00 Domonique Foxworth isn’t sure the Nets will get healthy this season.

0:50 Mike Golic Jr. is worried about the Nets’ season after multiple injuries.

1:55 Katie Nolan weighs in on James Harden’s setback.

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