The NBA annual award ceremony was held as scheduled. Rockets star James Harden defeated candidates Anthony Davis nike cortez homme
and LeBron James and was elected as the regular season MVP for the 2017-18 season.
Nine years ago today, it was Harden's participation in the NBA Draft. The nine-year NBA journey had been tormented, glorified, questioned, and gloomy...even the MVP races were all wrong. Two runs, missed the trophy.
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waited for the moment. He held up the MVP trophy with a high degree of enthusiasm. He must have had two regrets. At the moment, he will come to his heart... Harden escorted his mother, Monia, to the stage, from the chairman of the coalition, Adam Xiaohua. After receiving the MVP trophy in his hand, he was even excited to speak a little. For Harden, this is not a smooth season. Last summer, the league made a completely new rule for judging fouls. This rule was defined as "Harden's Rule." At that time, many people believed that Harden's free throws would drop sharply. But in fact? This rule did not have much effect on Harden. In 72 games, Harden received 727 free throws and punished 624 of them, both of which were the first in the league. It should be pointed out that Harden's penalty shots are more than the number of free throws (398). The number of free throws obtained by the thick eyebrows is already third in the league.
On the offensive end, Harden was the league's big killer, averaging 30.4 points per game. He was named the league's scoring champion, scoring 265 three-pointers and becoming the league's third king. At the same time, he ranked top in many high-level data such as the contribution value of victory, usage rate, positive and negative data, and player efficiency value.
Throughout the regular season, he also has some highlight moments. On the 31st of January against the Magic, Harden scored 60 points, 10 rebounds, and 11 assists in the game. He scored 60 points while breaking his personal scoring record and team history record. In addition, he was the only player in NBA history. 60+ triple player.