Yesterday, Grantland's Kirk Goldsberry wrote a piece about how James Harden gets fouled like a Super Mario coin brick. But buried in the piece was this fascinating map of every single shooting foul so far in this NBA season, so we thought we'd take a closer look. Show More Summary
Rockets fans, don't get too worked up. It's only a commercial. Houston's James Harden and Dwight Howard have some fun with their facial hair in the latest promo for the 2014 NBA All-Star Weekend. Some Rockets fans probably can't even...Show More Summary
The Houston Rockets looked like world-beaters in sprinting past the visiting Portland Trail Blazers on Monday, but we've seen far too much inconsistency from James Harden and Co. to put full faith in their impressive 126-113 victory. Remember,...Show More Summary
The Oklahoma City Thunder just keep winning. It almost doesn't matter that they have missed Russell Westbrook for 15 games and counting. It almost doesn't matter that they're still young or that they "lost" in the James Harden trade....Show More Summary
Houston Rockets guard James Harden exploited the Oklahoma City Thunder's Swiss-cheese first-half defense, slicing through the lane for a thunderous dunk. Unfortunately for Harden and the Rockets, the Thunder's defense tightened in the second half, and Oklahoma City rallied for the 104-92 victory. Read more NBA news on BleacherReport.com
When the Houston Rockets' James Harden plays against the Oklahoma City Thunder, he turns up his game. On Thursday night, Harden threw down a big slam against former teammate Serge Ibaka : Despite his ability to block shots, Ibaka had no chance on this one. Read more NBA news on BleacherReport.com
James Harden and his old team, the Oklahoma City Thunder, meet again. The Houston Rockets host the Thunder for the first time this season Thursday night, in a rematch of the first round of last year's playoffs. Like last year's postseason meeting, Russell Westbrook is on the shelf, tending to a knee injury. Show More Summary
With the game tied at 100 and only 29.7 seconds remaining, James Harden put a nasty fake on New Orleans Pelicans guard Austin Rivers, which sent the second-year player flying backward. Harden hit the bucket and the Houston Rockets went on to win 103-100. Read more NBA news on BleacherReport.com
The next time this happens, Austin Rivers should probably just accept his fate and hit the ground. Stumbling backwards and then throwing up his hands as if it was someone else's fault that James Harden jellied his legs wasn't really a good look. There's no defensive rotation that can save you in that situation, Austin. Read more...
Nothing lasts forever. Andrew Luck’s beard is a great example. The Colts quarterback shed his boyish looks and grew a beard this season. Luck’s beard did not rival James Harden’s, but it was enough to make Zach Galifianakis proud. Not...Show More Summary
If the Houston Rockets hope to play like an elite team, they have to get big contributions from Chandler Parsons. James Harden is going to produce offense each time he steps onto the court. Between his shooting ability, " Eurostepping...Show More Summary
Dwight Howard, James Harden and the Houston Rockets (23-13) are set to take on Jeff Teague, Paul Millsap and the Atlanta Hawks (19-17) on Friday night. The two teams previously met on November 27, a game the Rockets won by a final score of 113-84. Tipoff : 7:30 p.m. Show More Summary
After a slower-than-expected start, James Harden is once again producing like an offensive superstar. But are the big minutes and heavy demands the Houston Rockets are placing on him coming at too great a cost? Harden hasn't appeared worse for wear recently. Show More Summary
James Harden is heating up for the Houston Rockets.
It's been nearly a month since the last edition of NBA Superstar Rankings, and plenty has changed in that time. Big climbers like Stephen Curry and James Harden have improved their positions, while party-crashers like Blake Griffin and...Show More Summary
Houston Rockets' inflatable mascot "Clutch the Bear" scared players and staff members as they left practice on Wednesday, making for a tremendous video. Chandler Parsons, Jeremy Lin, James Harden and Dwight Howard were all among the victims. Read more NBA news on BleacherReport.com