A badly bloodshot eye could not stop James Harden as the Rockets defeated the Warriors in overtime Saturday in Game 3.
A badly bloodshot eye could not stop James Harden as the Houston Rockets defeated the Golden State Warriors after overtime in Game 3.
Back on home court, the Houston Rockets defeated the Golden State Warriors after back-to-back losses to open the Western Conference semis.
Somehow Draymond Green has now hit James Harden in the eye inadvertently in back-to-back games.
The Rockets star had both eyes scratched by Draymond Green in Game 2 of Houston's second-round series against Golden State on Tuesday.
James Harden suffered a contusion and cut inside his eyelid when Draymond Green inadvertently struck him in the face in Game 2.
The Rockets trail the Warriors, 2-0, James Harden hopes his eye injury sustained Tuesday improves in time for Game 3.
The Houston Rockets trail 2-0 to the Golden State Warriors and James Harden hopes his eye injury improves in time for Game 3.
The Milwaukee Bucks won Game 2 against the Boston Celtics and the Golden State Warriors moved clear of the Houston Rockets.