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More evolved scoring, James Harden's amazing performance on the 'Scoring Machine'
James Harden of the Houston Rockets, who had been a regular season MVP for the NBA last season, is making a strong move toward MVP for the second year in a row, showing he is also a monster. Harden led the team to 108-104 with 41 points, 9 rebounds and six assists for the 37th minute of the 2018-2019 NBA New Orleans Pelicans away game at New Orleans' Smoothie King Center. In this game, Harden had 40 successes with 10 successes in 25 attempts, 3 strikeouts with 17 strikeouts, 7 strikeouts with 41.2% success, and free throws with 14 strikeouts. He showed up and showed off the scoring machine. Harden also had seven 3-point shots in the game, scoring 1793 points for the All-Star game, overtaking 1787 of the three-point shooter Rashad Lewis from Seattle - Orlando - Washington - Miami, . Kobe Bryant, who ranks 14th in 1827, is 34. Hayden's monstrous season can be seen from the record. Hayden drove 503 points in December alone, becoming the fourth player to have scored more than 500 points in a month for Kevin Durant (3 times), Russell Westbrook (2 times) and Kobe Bryant for 10 years. The score distribution was also very steady. Hadon 's record in December was the only 10 points scored by Utah Jazz on June 6, and the score was 20 points or more in all other games. In the 10th game between the 11th and 30th, Harden scored 29 points in the game against Portland on November 11 and scored more than 30 points in all games. Harden's overall season pace is also higher than last season's MVP season. Harden has a career high of 33 points, a season-high 30.4 points higher than last season. If you look at Hayden's current weight in Houston, it is likely that this season is likely to be a career high season. There is a tendency for Houston to score a goal for Harden, and the one-man team has a physical problem, but Chris Paul, who has left the team for two weeks due to Eric Gordon and hamstring injuries, If you help a little, the local media will judge that it will show good performance to the end of the season. James Harden, who is looking for a back-to-back MVP after 2018, is unlikely to be able to stop scoring in 2019. NOTE: MVP season versus James Harden's record of all seasons 2017-18 season: 35.4 minutes in 72 games, 30.4 points in 5.4 rebounds, 8.8 assists, 1.8 steals, 0.7 blocks, 44.9% in fielding, 36.7% in 3-point shooting, 2018-19 season: 32 games 36.8 minutes, 33 points, 5.7 rebounds, 8.2 assists, 2.1 steals, 0.5 blocks, 44.2% of field success rate, 38.3% of 3-point shooting success rate, 85.5%