After a thrilling seven-game series against the defending champion San Antonio Spurs, the Los Angeles Clippers hoped to carry their momentum as they took on the Houston Rockets. James Harden and Dwight Howard led the attack for the Rockets...Show More Summary
Doc Rivers heard what the world was saying: Without Chris Paul, his team didn ’t stand a chance against the Houston Rockets. Well, the world was wrong. The Los Angeles Clippers hung with James Harden’s squad all night in Game 1 of the...Show More Summary
Yeah, that's not how you do it.
Harden didn’t congratulate Curry on his MVP win.
Curry beat out Houston’s James Harden in a race that turned out not to be that close.
Much of the attention will be on team leaders James Harden and Chris Paul, there are two impactful big men in the Clippers-Rockets series, too. The post Dwight Howard Says Blake Griffin is ‘Like the Energizer Bunny’ appeared first on SLAMonline.
The Rockets guard is trying to move forward, but finishing second to Stephen Curry surely stings. James Harden is trying to take his runner-up MVP finish in stride. On Monday morning the NBA announced that Stephen Curry had been named the league's Most Valuable player, and he beat out Harden by 75 first place votes. Show More Summary
After losing the MVP to Steph Curry, if Harden goes for 50 tonight, don't say he didn't warn us. The post James Harden: ‘I’ve Had a Chip on My Shoulder All Year…It’s No Different Now’ appeared first on SLAMonline.
As much as James Harden tried to steer a conversation with reporters Monday toward Game 1 of the second-round playoff series between the Rockets and Clippers -- set for that evening at Houston's Toyota Center -- many of the questions veered back toward his feelings about not winning the NBA’s most...
James Harden and the Rockets take on Chris Paul and the Clippers with a trip to the Western Conference Finals on the line. The Rockets and Clippers took different routes to advance to the West semifinals. The Rockets are well rested after dominating the Dallas Mavericks 4-1 to move onto the second round. Show More Summary
Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry won the NBA's MVP award on Monday, beating out the Houston Rockets' James Harden in a race that turned out not to be that close.
Curry received 100 of 130 first-place votes for a total of 1,198 points and finished ahead of the Rockets’ James Harden and the Cavaliers’ LeBron James.
It wasn’t even close.
Curry wins easily over James Harden.
Golden State Warriors point guard Stephen Curry has won the NBA's Most Valuable Player award, beating out Houston's James Harden in a race that turned out not to be that close.
According to multiple published reports, Stephen Curry has edged out James Harden for the NBA’s top individual award. Curry is expected to be officially named the L’s Most Valuable Player The post Stephen Curry to Be Named MVP appeared first on SLAMonline.
It's Curry's first MVP as he takes home the league's top individual award, winning over Houston's James Harden.
Both Prigioni (3.4 ppg, 2.4 apg) and Terry (7.8 ppg, 2.2 apg) have been playing over 20 minutes per game so far this postseason. The post James Harden on Jason Terry and Pablo Prigioni: ‘The Grandpas Have Done a Great Job’ appeared first on SLAMonline.
“That’s a tough call,” Bryant said.
The 2015 NBA MVP award appears to be a two-horse race between James Harden and Stephen Curry. So, who wins? Why not ask former MVP winner Kobe Bryant? When asked by The Insider who should get the award, Bryant made the "tough call" and went with Harden. [The Insider] Read more NBA news on BleacherReport.com