Has James Harden Finally Found Home? Clippers Big 4 Have Already Outlasted The Beard’s Tenure With Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving

Published 12/09/2023, 1:40 AM EST

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James Harden has been bouncing from one team to another ever since he left the Houston Rockets. He joined forces with Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving in Brooklyn during the 2020-21 season. But the trio hardly ever played together, either due to injuries or the ongoing drama around them. Harden eventually left Brooklyn and teamed up with reigning MVP Joel Embiid in Philadelphia. However, the turmoil between him and Sixers President Daryl Morey led The Beard to take his talents to LA.

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It looks like James Harden has finally found a new home in LA as the Clippers Big 4 have already outlasted James Harden’s time with Kyrie and KD.

James Harden has found a home in LA

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The LA Clippers registered their 11th win of the season after beating the Utah Jazz tonight. Former MVP James Harden helped the Clippers win with his all-around performance. The Clippers Big 4 of James Harden, Kawhi Leonard, Paul George, and Russell Westbrook continue to build their chemistry on the court with each game. They have even outlasted The Beard’s tenure with Kyrie and KD in Brooklyn. Only 21 games into the season, James Harden has played as many games with the Clippers Big 4 as he did with the Brooklyn Nets Big 3 in his entire tenure. Harden has played 16 games with Kawhi, Russ, and PG this season.

Harden had an abysmal start to his Clippers tenure, losing his first five games with the Big 4. But the former MVP has slowly settled into his new role and helped the Clippers regain momentum. Harden is averaging 15.8 points and 6.8 assists this season. Although Harden is not the star player he once was in Houston, he has played an important role for the Clippers in facilitating the offense for Kawhi and PG. The two superstars are shining in Harden’s presence.

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The Clippers might be back in Championship contention

The Clippers are on a three-game winning streak after beating the Utah Jazz. While Harden played a great all-around game with 12 points, 8 assists, and 7 rebounds, Clippers’ superstar Kawhi Leonard played his best game of the season. The 2-time Champion went off for a season-high 41 points and reminded everyone why he is one of the best players in the league. Kawhi and Harden’s co-star Paul George also had a great game with 20 points.

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This is the best the Clippers have looked all season. Despite them being 9th in the Western Conference, no team would want to face a roster that has James Harden, Kawhi Leonard, Paul George, and Russell Westbrook on the same team. If the Clippers Big 4 continue their incredible form, they might even bring home the highly awaited Championship to LA.

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