With limited skills? you just proved you are a flatout moron.
I can see believing he has reached his peak. Though I wouldn't agree, that is at least something that would be understandable as a belief. It would still be based on no facts, merely opinion.
But to say he is lazy is just flat out wrong. It's pure ignorance and shows that you are simply knocking the guy because for some reason you don't like him. You are showing your bias.
James Harden has been an extremely hard working player since high school. He wasn't being recruited by top notch schools because of his weight. He worked his tail off to lose weight and prove how good he was. He then was recruited and chose not to go to one of the power house schools, because he would rather go the school that was giving his high school coach a job, since his high school coach always believed in him.
He gets to ASU, and was not considered a player that could make an impact in the conference. He worked hard and became one of, if not the best player in the conference while he was there.
He has improved every year in the pro's to this point as well.
Exactly what part of any of that makes him lazy? Please explain where your idea that he is lazy is coming from. I have a strong feeling that it isn't based in fact either.
This kid went to school down the street from my last job, people that work there say the only thing he could do when he started off was make a corner 3. He wasn't that showboat baller with athleticism up the wazoo, I cant imagine someone like that making the NBA with poor work ethic, much less developing the all-around game that Harden has.
Lazy? Based on what? The lack of rationale/evidence is what confuses me.
Not to mention, the guy is 23 years old and was in only his second playoffs. He made HUGE adjustments when they played the Spurs, which is part of what ultimately won that series for them.
Your reasoning is completely asinine. And your "opinion" that he is not a High IQ player is completely wrong. And he already is a well rounded player. So I am pretty sure he has worked on things that have made him a well rounded player.
Is Harden worth a max contract at this point? Probably not. (As most of the players in the league who have received one aren't) But your "analyses" isn't even close to accurate.
Haha, Kevin Martin is ****ing terrible. I would have dealt him for a conditional 2nd rounder
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It isn't a bad thing, but it could be when he's the undisputed number one option.Originally Posted by ChiSox219:24121591
He still has a ton of room to grow...he's just still a little limited.