James Harden opened up about his collaboration with Kevin Durant and his role with the Brooklyn Nets.
Harden said he has no desire to compete with Durant and his ‘greatness’, but he only wants to help the Nets win and make his teammates better.
“James Harden says he’s not trying to compete with Kevin Durant’s God-given greatness. It’s his job to make all his teammates better, Durant and Kyrie Irving included,” Kristian Winfield of New York Daily News reports.
Harden (34 points, 12 assists) and Durant (30 points, nine rebounds, six assists) combined for 64 points, as the Nets survived a late thriller against the Milwaukee Bucks (123-125).