Brooklyn Nets superstar James Harden will be out for at least 10 days after an MRI revealed a right hamstring strain, per Malika Andrews of ESPN.

To recall, Harden suffered the injury early in their game against the New York Knicks on Monday. While driving to the hoop before kicking the ball out to Kyrie Irving four minutes into the contest, Harden then signaled to Steve Nash that something was wrong. He was eventually subbed out and headed to the locker room, in which initial diagnosis revealed a hamstring tightness.

Interestingly, the injury came when it was just announced that Kevin Durant, who was also nursing a hamstring injury, is set to return to the Nets’ lineup on Wednesday against the New Orleans Pelicans.

Back on March 31, James Harden first suffered the hamstring injury against the Houston Rockets. The veteran shooting guard was held out of Brooklyn’s next two games and returned to the starting lineup versus the Knicks. However, it appears he reaggravated his hamstring, causing him to miss more time for the Nets.

Due to injuries and other issues, Brooklyn hasn’t had much time to see their lineup with Durant, Harden and Kyrie Irving all available. Also, since the team has added Blake Griffin and LaMarcus Aldridge via buyouts, the Nets haven’t been able to get a good look at their team at full strength.

While Harden is on the mend, Brooklyn will be getting Durant back on the floor. It is worth noting, however, that KD could be given limited minutes in his first action since February 13. Luckily for the Nets, they have more star power than other teams, allowing them to cope with injuries better than others can.