NBA All-Star starting game is officially announced, 76ers Harden regrets missing consecutive selections.
On the 27th, the NBA All-Star Game starter was officially announced. James Harden of the 76ers regretted losing the selection and missed the All-Star starter in a row.
In fact, before the All-Star starting lineup was announced, the NBA All-Star votes were announced three times. At that time, Harden fell from the third consecutive backcourt in the Eastern Conference and was surpassed by Brown and others.
In terms of performance, Harden is at a disadvantage, far inferior to his competitors.
It is indeed a pity that Harden “traveled east” after leaving the comfortable Rockets and missed consecutive All-Star starts.
However, it is not a big problem for Harden to enter the All-Star bench.
He has also set his personal goal on the championship for a long time. He went from the Rockets to the Nets, and now he has come to the 76ers. His goal is not high salary and personal honor.
The missing NBA championship trophy; and the old Rivers and others praised Harden’s dedication to the team more than once, and he performed really well, revitalizing the offense of the 76ers.
Harden averaged more than 11 assists per game, ranking first among all players this season.
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