The news that Harden and the regular season MVP passed by again once caused heated discussions among fans. You know,
Beard’s performance was basically explosive last season. He averaged 36.1 points per game and won the scoring title. It is indeed a pity that he still failed to win the MVP.
Recently, in the ranking of the best weekly times of active players, it was found that Harden actually ranked in the top three, with 20 times behind James’ 61 times and Durant’s 26 times.
Harden’s best of the week has a very high gold content. To be precise, it took only 7 seasons to achieve this achievement. Behind him are too many big brothers: Wade 19 times, Westbrook/
Anthony/Howard 18 times, Nowitzki 16 times, Curry 14 times, Paul 13 times, Carter 11 times… As we all know, Harden first entered the league and appeared as a substitute next to the Thunder’s second young master.
He is the sixth man, so in the three years of the Thunder, Harden has not won the best of the week once.
After switching to the Rockets, Harden jumped from the third to the leader of the team. Since then, he has been unstoppable, leading the team to win one victory after another, taking advantage of the trend to embrace the best of the week one by one, and finally achieved 20 glory
It is said that Harden’s best week has high gold content, and last season alone can explain the problem even more.
In the West where there are strong teams, it is as difficult as a soldier’s assault. He once scored 43.7 points in a single month, and with a high winning percentage, he was the best in four weeks in the entire season. It is conceivable how rare it is!
Next season, Durant will be injured and unable to play. Judging from Harden’s current state, he has a great potential to catch up with Du Shao.
I wish Harden to continue to be strong, output efficiently, make persistent efforts, get more best of the week, and wait for the second!