It’s only time: James Horden was traded by Houston Rockets on Wednesday.
So the monster involving the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Indiana Pacers turns into Harden Brooklyn Nets through a four-team move.
Do not believe that the new Rockets general manager Rafael Stone was horrified by Houston’s great re – entry to Harden.
According to Sports Media The Athletic, the Rockets have had the opportunity to get their hands on several first-round picks for the next draft, along with former Pacers’ Victor Oladipo. Among other prominent players, Caris Levert leaves the Nets and ends up forming Indiana. Cavaliers especially get the services of young Jarrett Allen based in Brooklyn.
Harden’s recent outing on Tuesday night after the loss at the hands of the Los Angeles Lakers had no consequences other than trade.
“We don’t have enough. We don’t have the chemistry and we don’t have the talent. It’s clear,” the 31-year-old athlete said after the 117-100 loss to the Lakers.
“I love this city. I literally did everything I could. This situation is crazy. I never thought it could be solved,” Harden said of his relationship with the club.
The end of the soap novel
Ahead of the start of the season, Harden has indicated his desire to join the Eastern Conference as a title contender following the resignation of Rockets head coach Mike de Antony. The Houston construction traded his friend Russell Westbrook to the Washington Wizards.
His comments on Tuesday were like a camel smashing grass into an already full capacity.
“We only played nine games. Do you want to climb the hill yourself after nine games? ”, Horden was also shocked about player John Wall.
Harden, who was away from practice on Wednesday, has spent the past eight years with the Rockets. In the last three seasons, he has led the NBA in points per game average. He averaged 36.1 points per American game in the 2018-2019 season.
The best point average for the game in the 2019-2020 season
James Harden, Houston – 34,3
Bradley Beale, Washington – 30,5
Damian Lillard, Portland – 30,0
Trey Young, Atlanta – 29.6
Giannis Antetocounpo, Milwaukee – 29.5