The Brooklyn Nets will approach the injuries to Kyrie Irving and James Harden as isolated incidents and not let one impact the decision on when they will play.

"I don't want James to be rushed back," Steve Nash said. "If he's able to play next game or the game after, that's fantastic. If he's not, we don't want to rush him back and jeopardize doing something worse or making this a long-term injury."

Before Sunday's game, Nash had said Harden was doing on-court work, shooting and still working through his rehabilitation.

Harden has been sidelined since June 5th with a right hamstring strain.

Brooklyn's series against the Milwaukee Bucks is tied at 2-2.