James Harden is back in his usual spot in the basketball community, and the Houston Rockets have the player they drafted him to coach him.
The Rockets’ head coach, Alvin Gentry, is also in the same room.
Gentry said Harden is in good spirits, and that he is not going anywhere soon.
“I’ve always said he’s one of the best players to ever play this game.
And he’s ready to do whatever it takes to win,” Gentry said, according to Bleacher.
“He’s in great spirits and I think he’ll get better and better and eventually get better, and I hope he will.
It’s not something that’s taken over him that he can control.
He’s still young.
He has room to grow.
He just has to play better.”
The Rockets are just a couple of weeks away from playing in the All-star game for the second time this season, which will be the second-most NBA appearances ever by a player.
Harden, who won a record three NBA titles with the Houston Astros, will be a part of that effort.
He was also a member of the Houston-Boston Celtics for four years and the 2008-09 Golden State Warriors.
He has also won a total of 15 NBA championships, and he will be joining a young, hungry team in Houston.
He is known for his skill, and while the Rockets have a young core, the team is still developing.
They will have to make some changes if they want to keep up with the NBA’s elite.
The Rockets won the NBA championship last season, beating the Cleveland Cavaliers, and Harden is the leading scorer in the league.
He averages 28.5 points per game and is averaging 23.6 rebounds and 4.2 assists per game.