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Former Arizona State Guard James Harden Scored His 25,000th Point

James Harden was drafted into the NBA back in 2009. Fourteen years later, he just became the 24th player in NBA History to pass the 25,000 point mark.

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Harden scored his 25,000th point on a layup late in the third quarter. He joins current active players LeBron James, Carmelo Anthony, and Kevin Durant in the 25K club.

He has a chance at moving way up the all-time points leaderboard.

Harden finished the night with 28 points, 15 assists, and four blocks in an eight-point win over the Golden State Warriors. However, Harden only had five points in the fourth quarter. The guard is now averaging 20,5, and 9 in his last eight games, which is a massive turnaround from a slow start in LA. 

Harden is looking like a completely different player. He is enjoying his time in LA right now. Can he keep this up and lead the Clippers on a playoff run?

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