Harden to Houston

Discussion in 'Pistons and NBA' started by KGREG, Oct 28, 2012.

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    We held Harden to his lowest scoring output of the season. Impressive.
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    Imagine how dominant our defense will be in the second half of the season, where we traditionally play above .500 ball.

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    Harden finally came back down to earth tonight scoring only 24 points and handing out 6 assists. The team finally lost too to the Blazers by 10.

    Those of you enjoying the free NBA league pass this week saw a lot of great games tonight with at least 5 of them going down to the wire or in OT.
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    OKC has set itself up to be a dominant team in the next couple of years and Houston is a bit off and desperate and OKC took advantage while not catering to one man contract issues.

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    No it hasn't. OKC effectively chose to keep Kendrick Perkins over James Harden. All it showed is that the Thunder want to pursue a very specific type of team.

    OKC remain in the picture because of KD and to a lesser extent Ibaka and Westbrook. Everyone keeps thinking that because Harden stunk it up in the Finals, that he wasn't worth keeping. I don't think he was worth a max contract, but I do honestly believe he brought a lot to that team, especially in chemistry, which they simply don't replace with Kevin Martin.

    Meanwhile, Houston signs a franchise player, and still has a stockpile of picks and assets which they can use to continue building that team.

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