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James Harden Has Incredible Shooting Night To Lead Surging Clippers Over Pacers

Former Arizona State Sun Devil James Harden delivered an incredible shooting performance in a blowout win over the Pacers that looked like his prime.

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Harden dropped 35 points and went 8/11 from three. Twenty-one of those points came in the fourth quarter. He led the Clippers to their 8th straight win in a 151-127 game over the Pacers.

Harden had a stretch where he made four threes in a row. So, it’s safe to say James Harden feels like his old self in Los Angeles. The Clippers are 9-1 in their last ten games and have won eight in a row. This is in large part due to James Harden really looking good. Harden has 151 points in those eight games, which averages 18.8 points per game. He is also averaging 9.7 assists per game, so he is basically averaging a double-double in the Clippers’ last eight wins.

The former ASU guard was being given a lot of hate from the media after his rough start to his Clippers tenure. Simply because of his diva attitude and how much he’s changed teams since he left Houston. However, since the rough start, Harden has started to look like his prime self. He even hit the 25,000-point mark. This is scary for the NBA because the former Sun Devil is a dangerous person to let get hot.

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