Rockets’ James Harden’s no-look pass leads to Jeff Green dunk vs. Knicks
After a stretch of bad games, James Harden of the Houston Rockets found the perfect panacea to cure his ills on Monday night: A game against the New York Knicks. Harden was looking sharp throughout and he laced this sweet no-look pass to a cutting Jeff Green to help punctuate a strong second quarter for The Beard:
The No Look Pass pic.twitter.com/oLbEFbz77C
— Houston Rockets (@HoustonRockets) February 25, 2020
Perhaps he needed the rest from the All-Star break, or maybe he needed his pal Russell Westbrook to take the onus for a short period. But Harden looked like his usual dominant self on Monday – especially on this highlight play.
Harden continues to lead the NBA in scoring at 35.2 points per game, though his assists numbers are down to the lowest point they’ve been since the 2014-15 season.
Still though, if he can pile up no-looks to his teammates like this one on Monday, that number is likely to go up.
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