The Houston Rockets are about to have one of their injured players return.
According to Jonathan Feigen of the Houston Chronicle, No. 2 overall pick Jalen Green will return to the court Thursday night against the Indiana Pacers after missing a month with a strained hamstring.
Green exited in the first quarter of the team’s November 24 win against the Chicago Bulls, the first win of the team’s 7-game winning streak that followed a 15-game losing streak.
Feigen also posted video from today’s practice, where Green looks ready to return to the court.
A few moments from Rockets practice. A lot more of this followed pic.twitter.com/eKmJMH18QM— Jonathan Feigen (@Jonathan_Feigen) December 21, 2021
With Green entering the starting lineup again, it will likely push Eric Gordon back to the bench. Gordon, who has not been playing in both halves of a back-to-back, is expected to play in both Wednesday’s game against the Milwaukee Bucks and Thursday against the Pacers.
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