James Harden willing to do ‘whatever it takes’ to make the restart of the NBA safe



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James Harden is willing to do “whatever it takes” to make the restart of the NBA season safe for everyone.

The superstar of the Rockets understands the risks of resuming the season, but wants to do his best to play basketball again.

“Another thing to consider is what exactly the players will and won’t be allowed to do once they’re inside the complex. Among the Rockets, Russell Westbrook has been heavily involved in those discussions.

Considering the sheer health risk involved in carrying out this plan, the league has to be extra careful on such protocols, but members of the roster — notably James Harden — are willing to do “whatever it takes” to make Orlando as safe as possible for the players,” Kelly Iko of The Athletic reports.

Russell Westbrook has been deeply involved in conversations about what the players can and can’t do in the Orlando bubble.

James Harden and others on the roster understand the restrictions, but are willing to do “whatever it takes” https://t.co/qMUn50v5uN

— Kelly Iko (@KellyIkoNBA) June 15, 2020 Previous articleKobe Bryant Plays With Left Hand After Tearing Rotator Cuff!

Yiannis Bouranis is a 28-year-old sports journalist, with a Master’s degree in Sports Journalism from Sheffield Hallam University. Yiannis is TalkBasket’s Chief Editor and has covered the EuroLeague Final Four (2017 – 2019), the FIBA Basketball World Cup (2019) and the NBA Paris Game (2020) as an accredited journalist.



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