The Brooklyn Nets have already ruled out James Harden for Game 2 (See Tweet from the team below), and on Sunday, head coach Steve Nash gave an update on Harden.
The video of Nash speaking can be seen in a video from SNY's Nets Videos.
"For James, we obviously are desperate for him to return," Nash said to reporters Sunday. "He's a huge piece of what we do on our team, but at this point, I think it would be all guesswork to really understand."
The Nets will play the Bucks on Monday night without their All-Star guard.
"Let's hope for the best," Nash said. "We can't really say anything too predictive or too definitive right now."
The Nets are 1.5-point favorites at home in Brooklyn against the Milwaukee Bucks for Game 2, according to FanDuel.
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