Nash won't cap minutes of KD, Harden in Game 6: 'I think we let it ride'
Kevin Durant and James Harden will be all systems go when the Brooklyn Nets look to eliminate the Milwaukee Bucks in Game 6 of the Eastern Conference semifinals on Thursday, according to head coach Steve Nash.
"I think we let it ride," Nash said of how he plans to monitor his star duo's minutes, according to Nets Daily's Matt Brooks.
Harden and Durant won't be on any sort of restrictions after playing 46 and 48 minutes, respectively, in Game 5.
While Durant is currently healthy, Harden is notably battling through a hamstring injury that significantly limited his scoring production in Game 5. The three-time scoring champion only registered five points on 1-of-10 shooting in the narrow victory.
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