James Harden Stats Thread

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  1. Shaq2Yao

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    He might just get his 3rd Western Conference Player of the Week of the season if he has another great game tomorrow.
     
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    Harden step back 3 point is 41 percent. We have curry and Thompson in the team.
     
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    For all his perceived faults, some warranted, we really are lucky to have Harden. He's a generational talent that doesn't have off court issues and busts his ass for the team and the city. I'll take him as our superstar warts and all. Worthy candidate to be up there with the Dream
     
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    Huh? Harden has plenty of of course issues if you listen to some people!

    However if you listen to others, he’s just living his life to the fullest.

    Count me as the latter
     
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    I don't count going out to clubs in your mid 20s as off court issues. He doesn't go to jail or out doing bad ****. He's just doin his part in funding some college tuition for the local ladies is all
     
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    We are blessed

    The rockets have the luxury of saying the have had a top 5 all time center and shooting guard play for there franchise.

    Now we just need the shooting guard to win b2b championships.

    I really think this dude Harden is going to bring a championship within the next 3 years. I think he is the chosen one to break the divinci code that is the Golden state warriors.

    I love watching James Harden play basketball. He is the best player in the NBA at the moment and it's not even close. All they hype I been giving this guy has finally come true he's on another level and it will be a year or two till anyone come close imo.

    This is james year.
     
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    I've been watching the Rockets since 93. Harden is 2nd only to Dream without question. Drexler, Barkley, Pippen, Francis, Tmac, Yao, Ellie, Thorpe, Cassell, Horry, Maxwell, and Smith aren't even close (while on Rockets). He is a truly special talent and we should all appreciate it right now while it's happening. Don't take it for granted people. In 20 years you will look back on this time period with pride and be grateful that you were there and got to witness it live.

    Some people are bitter and they will regret that attitude later. Don't be one of them. Realize greatness while it's here, right now. Harden is one of the best players you will see in your lifetime and he's on your team!
     
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    Yes.... that’s exactly the point my post was making
     
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    Harden with at least 6 3 pointers in 5 straight games.
    No one has ever done that before.
     
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    And how does OKC not start him?
     
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    Myth: Harden's game doesn't work in the playoffs.


    Reality: Harden's 27/7/5 playoff avg in Houston has only been done in the REGULAR SEASON 22 times (20 Non-Harden)

    https://www.basketball-reference.co...3stat=ast_per_g&c3comp=gt&c3val=7&order_by=ws

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    Rk              Player  Season Age  Tm  Lg  PTS  TRB  AST   WS  G GS   MP  FG  FGA  2P  2PA  3P 3PA  FT FTA ORB DRB TRB AST STL BLK TOV  PF  PTS  FG%  2P%  3P% eFG%  FT%  TS%
    1      Oscar Robertson 1963-64  25 CIN NBA 31.4  9.9 11.0 20.6    79 3559 840 1740 840         1740 800         938 783             868 280 2480 .483      .483 .483 .853 .576
    2         LeBron James 2008-09  24 CLE NBA 28.4  7.6  7.2 20.3 81 81 3054 789 1613 657 1229 132 384 594 762 106 507 613 587 137  93 241 139 2304 .489 .535 .344 .530 .780 .591
    3       Michael Jordan 1988-89  25 CHI NBA 32.5  8.0  8.0 19.8 81 81 3255 966 1795 939 1697  27  98 674 793 149 503 652 650 234  65 290 247 2633 .538 .553 .276 .546 .850 .614
    4         LeBron James 2009-10  25 CLE NBA 29.7  7.3  8.6 18.5 76 76 2966 768 1528 639 1141 129 387 593 773  71 483 554 651 125  77 261 119 2258 .503 .560 .333 .545 .767 .604
    5      Oscar Robertson 1966-67  28 CIN NBA 30.5  6.2 10.7 17.4    79 3468 838 1699 838         1699 736         843 486             845 226 2412 .493      .493 .493 .873 .583
    6      Oscar Robertson 1964-65  26 CIN NBA 30.4  9.0 11.5 17.0    75 3421 807 1681 807         1681 665         793 674             861 205 2279 .480      .480 .480 .839 .561
    7      Oscar Robertson 1965-66  27 CIN NBA 31.3  7.7 11.1 16.9    76 3493 818 1723 818         1723 742         881 586             847 227 2378 .475      .475 .475 .842 .563
    8      Oscar Robertson 1962-63  24 CIN NBA 28.3 10.4  9.5 16.8    80 3521 825 1593 825         1593 614         758 835             758 293 2264 .518      .518 .518 .810 .588
    9      Oscar Robertson 1961-62  23 CIN NBA 30.8 12.5 11.4 15.6    79 3503 866 1810 866         1810 700         872 985             899 258 2432 .478      .478 .478 .803 .554
    10          Larry Bird 1986-87  30 BOS NBA 28.1  9.2  7.6 15.2 74 73 3005 786 1497 696 1272  90 225 414 455 124 558 682 566 135  70 240 185 2076 .525 .547 .400 .555 .910 .612
    11        LeBron James 2007-08  23 CLE NBA 30.0  7.9  7.2 15.2 75 74 3027 794 1642 681 1283 113 359 549 771 133 459 592 539 138  81 255 165 2250 .484 .531 .315 .518 .712 .568
    12        James Harden 2016-17  27 HOU NBA 29.1  8.1 11.2 15.0 81 81 2947 674 1533 412  777 262 756 746 881  95 564 659 907 121  38 464 215 2356 .440 .530 .347 .525 .847 .613
    13         Dwyane Wade 2008-09  27 MIA NBA 30.2  5.0  7.5 14.7 79 79 3048 854 1739 766 1461  88 278 590 771  89 309 398 589 173 106 272 178 2386 .491 .524 .317 .516 .765 .574
    14        LeBron James 2004-05  20 CLE NBA 27.2  7.4  7.2 14.3 80 80 3388 795 1684 687 1376 108 308 477 636 111 477 588 577 177  52 262 146 2175 .472 .499 .351 .504 .750 .554
    15        James Harden 2015-16  26 HOU NBA 29.0  6.1  7.5 13.3 82 82 3125 710 1617 474  960 236 657 720 837  63 438 501 612 139  51 374 229 2376 .439 .494 .359 .512 .860 .598
    16     Oscar Robertson 1960-61  22 CIN NBA 30.5 10.1  9.7 13.2    71 3032 756 1600 756         1600 653         794 716             690 219 2165 .473      .473 .473 .822 .555
    17   Russell Westbrook 2016-17  28 OKC NBA 31.6 10.7 10.4 13.1 81 81 2802 824 1941 624 1358 200 583 710 840 137 727 864 840 132  31 438 190 2558 .425 .459 .343 .476 .845 .554
    18       John Havlicek 1970-71  30 BOS NBA 28.9  9.0  7.5 12.5    81 3678 892 1982 892         1982 554         677 730             607 200 2338 .450      .450 .450 .818 .513
    19       John Havlicek 1971-72  31 BOS NBA 27.5  8.2  7.5 12.4    82 3698 897 1957 897         1957 458         549 672             614 183 2252 .458      .458 .458 .834 .512
    20     Oscar Robertson 1967-68  29 CIN NBA 29.2  6.0  9.7 12.3    65 2765 660 1321 660         1321 576         660 391             633 199 1896 .500      .500 .500 .873 .588
    21   Russell Westbrook 2014-15  26 OKC NBA 28.1  7.3  8.6 10.6 67 67 2302 627 1471 541 1183  86 288 546 654 124 364 488 574 140  14 293 184 1886 .426 .457 .299 .455 .835 .536
    22        LeBron James 2017-18  33 CLE NBA 27.5  7.0  8.3  2.4 13 13  472 143  238 125  190  18  48  54  65  15  76  91 108  17  14  57  24  358 .601 .658 .375 .639 .831 .671
    
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    Rk              Player  Season Age  Tm  Lg  PTS  TRB  AST  WS  G GS   MP  FG FGA  2P 2PA 3P 3PA  FT FTA ORB DRB TRB AST STL BLK TOV PF PTS  FG%  2P%  3P% eFG%  FT%  TS%
    1         LeBron James 2008-09  24 CLE NBA 35.3  9.1  7.3 4.8 14 14  580 159 312 132 231 27  81 149 199  19 109 128 102  23  12  38 30 494 .510 .571 .333 .553 .749 .618
    2       Michael Jordan 1990-91  27 CHI NBA 31.1  6.4  8.4 4.8 17 17  689 197 376 187 350 10  26 125 148  18  90 108 142  40  23  43 53 529 .524 .534 .385 .537 .845 .600
    3         LeBron James 2016-17  32 CLE NBA 32.8  9.1  7.8 4.3 18 18  744 217 384 173 277 44 107 113 162  19 145 164 141  35  23  72 43 591 .565 .625 .411 .622 .698 .649
    4       Michael Jordan 1988-89  25 CHI NBA 34.8  7.0  7.6 4.0 17 17  718 199 390 189 355 10  35 183 229  26  93 119 130  42  13  68 65 591 .510 .532 .286 .523 .799 .602
    5           Larry Bird 1986-87  30 BOS NBA 27.0 10.0  7.2 3.2 23 23 1015 216 454 202 413 14  41 176 193  41 190 231 165  27  19  71 55 622 .476 .489 .341 .491 .912 .577
    6         LeBron James 2014-15  30 CLE NBA 30.1 11.3  8.5 3.0 20 20  844 227 544 202 434 25 110 122 167  37 189 226 169  33  21  82 58 601 .417 .465 .227 .440 .731 .487
    7         James Harden 2014-15  25 HOU NBA 27.2  5.7  7.5 2.7 17 17  636 129 294  88 187 41 107 163 178  12  85  97 128  28   7  77 49 462 .439 .471 .383 .509 .916 .620
    8      Oscar Robertson 1963-64  25 CIN NBA 29.3  8.9  8.4 2.4    10  471  92 202  92        202 109         127  89              84 30 293 .455      .455 .455 .858 .568
    9         LeBron James 2009-10  25 CLE NBA 29.1  9.3  7.6 2.3 11 11  460 106 211  86 161 20  50  88 120  15  87 102  84  19  20  42 23 320 .502 .534 .400 .550 .733 .607
    10     Oscar Robertson 1962-63  24 CIN NBA 31.8 13.0  9.0 2.3    12  570 124 264 124        264 133         154 156             108 41 381 .470      .470 .470 .864 .574
    11        LeBron James 2007-08  23 CLE NBA 28.2  7.8  7.6 2.2 13 13  552 113 275  95 205 18  70 122 167  16  86 102  99  23  17  54 33 366 .411 .463 .257 .444 .731 .525
    12        James Harden 2016-17  27 HOU NBA 28.5  5.5  8.5 1.3 11 11  407  90 218  58 103 32 115 101 115   7  53  60  93  21   5  59 43 313 .413 .563 .278 .486 .878 .583
    13     Oscar Robertson 1961-62  23 CIN NBA 28.8 11.0 11.0 0.8     4  185  42  81  42         81  31          39  44              44 18 115 .519      .519 .519 .795 .586
    14      Michael Jordan 1984-85  21 CHI NBA 29.3  5.8  8.5 0.7  4  4  171  34  78  33  70  1   8  48  58   7  16  23  34  11   4  15 15 117 .436 .471 .125 .442 .828 .565
    15     Oscar Robertson 1965-66  27 CIN NBA 31.8  7.6  7.8 0.7     5  224  49 120  49        120  61          68  38              39 20 159 .408      .408 .408 .897 .530
    16         Paul George 2016-17  26 IND NBA 28.0  8.8  7.3 0.5  4  4  172  34  88  16  46 18  42  26  30   5  30  35  29   7   2  13 13 112 .386 .348 .429 .489 .867 .553
    17       Tracy McGrady 2000-01  21 ORL NBA 33.8  6.5  8.3 0.5  4  4  178  51 123  49 113  2  10  31  38   6  20  26  33   7   5   8 11 135 .415 .434 .200 .423 .816 .483
    18   Russell Westbrook 2016-17  28 OKC NBA 37.4 11.6 10.8 0.4  5  5  194  59 152  46 103 13  49  56  70   9  49  58  54  12   2  30 16 187 .388 .447 .265 .431 .800 .511
    19       Clyde Drexler 1988-89  26 POR NBA 27.7  6.7  8.3 0.2  3  3  128  35  71  35  69  0   2  13  17  13   7  20  25   6   2  12 11  83 .493 .507 .000 .493 .765 .529
    
    Provided by Basketball-Reference.com: View Original Table
    Generated 11/12/2017.
     
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    He could win MVP this year, and next, and he'd still be criminally underrated.
     
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    Liking the ladies especially when you are a superstar basketball player who is single is no crime and he's actually funding real scholarships too, including one for local kids to attend Rice. https://www.3thehardenway.com/scholarships

    The most self destructive thing we've heard about is Harden dating a Kardashian, lol. I think he is great for the team and the city.
     
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    In the entire history of NBA, this feat has only been done twice: at least 29 points, 9 assists, and 60% TS%. Both by James Harden! Historic scoring, play making, and efficiency!

    Rk Player Season Age Tm Lg PTS AST TS% G GS MP
    1 James Harden 2017-18 28 HOU NBA 30.5 9.8 .619 13 13 36.3
    2 James Harden 2016-17 27 HOU NBA 29.1 11.2 .613 81 81 36.4

    http://bkref.com/tiny/SOZoS
     
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