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James Harden Makes NBA Playoff History

James Harden Makes NBA Playoff History

Brooklyn Nets showed their power, again, against the Boston Celtics in the second game of Round 1 in the NBA Playoffs 2021, with James Harden as the protagonist of the victory, 130-108, on the court of the Barclays Center, to lead the series 2-0.

“La Barba” left on the statistical records of the commitment, 20 units, seven assists and five rebounds in 27 minutes of action, to contribute with Kevind Durant and Joe Harris, who had 26 and 25 points, respectively.

In this way, in addition to being a key piece for Steve Nash in this match, the shirt number 13 of the New York quintet reached an incredible record in the history of the Playoffs in the best courts in the world, to enlarge his legend in this sport.

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James Harden’s record in the NBA Playoffs

With the black and colorful uniform on the sides, James Harden jumped with everything to the Barclays Center to climb to the sixth position of the table that reflects the stars with the most triples in the history of the NBA Playoffs, registering 321, and remaining so just three of the fifth box occupied by San Antonio Spurs historic Manu Ginobilli (324). (GG) (Bolavip)

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