“It's everything we expected.”

“It's everything we expected.”

James Harden signed a two-year, $70 million deal in free agency to continue with the Los Angeles Clippers. It’s no surprise. The Californians knew Paul George wasn’t going to last and ensuring La Barba’s continuity was essential to keeping the project alive. Now, with existing Formed around Kawhi Leonard is the team's president of basketball operations, Lawrence Frank, who indicates that the organization is happy with what the 2018 MVP has delivered in the 2023-24 season.

“James is everything we hoped he would be when we acquired him from Philadelphia last season: a good scorer, a gifted passer, a facilitator who can get the ball in his hands and make the game easier for others. James cares about his craft and works tirelessly at it. We were better because of him last year and we will be better again.” The athlete.

Looking forward to seeing how he performs next season, in his first season with the Angelenos he averaged 16.6 points, 8.5 assists and 5.1 rebounds in 34.3 minutes per night. With George gone, they will likely need him to contribute more in scoring.

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