James Harden Joins LeBron James and Russell Westbrook in 4-Man Elite Club

James HardenJames Harden, LeBron James and Russell Westbrook (Image Source: GettyImages)


Los Angeles Clippers star James Harden recently joined LeBron James and Russell Westbrook in an elite stat club with the recent numbers he achieved. Harden has been in the NBA for quite some time and has proved himself to be one of the best players in the league’s history.

The former MVP saw a rough patch in his career from the time he joined the Philadelphia 76ers. He was unable to perform and people started to doubt him. However, ever since he joined the Clippers he has been great and shown flashes of his prime self in games.

James Harden is the 4th player in NBA history to achieve crazy stats

James Harden has been great compared to his last season performance. He has been useful for the Clippers who are a dominant team in their conference. Recently Harden stats made him the only 4th player in the history of the league to have 25K+ career points, 6K+ rebounds, and 7K+ assists.

Harden joined LeBron James, Russell Westbrook, and Oscar Robertson as the fourth player to have a crazy stat spread like that. It proves the individual brilliance of Harden as a player and his incredible journey in the NBA. The Clippers star has been a crucial player for his team who are trying to climb their way up in the standing before the regular season ends. The Clippers have a 48-28 record right now and will be facing the Utah Jazz as their next opponents.

Harden’s performance for the Clippers so far

Harden desperately wanted out of his previous team and was very happy when he joined the Clippers. The Beard has played and started in 68 games which he has not been able to do since 2018. The last time he played this consistently was his stint with the Houston Rockets in the 2019-20 season.

The Clippers have a lot of big names on their roster and it can be argued that Harden is in a superteam. however, having so many big names gives the Beard a moment to relax and play his game without bearing all of the responsibility alone. He has found his rhythm back and is doing well in games. James Harden is averaging 16.7 points this season and is shooting 42.8% from the field. He is also contributing fairly well to his team with his playmaking skills, he is averaging 8.5 assists per game this season and is also flexible in rotations.

What do you think of James Harden joining Bron and Russ in the 4-man elite club? What do you think of Harden’s performance this season? We are eager to know your thoughts, so drop down in the comments and let us know.

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