NBA analyst Kendrick Perkins on James Harden asserts that the Philadelphia 76ers guard “stands to risk everything.”
The genesis of Harden’s desire to leave is rooted in his strained rapport with Sixers president Daryl Morey, whom he recently labeled as “dishonest.”
Prominent NBA analyst Kendrick Perkins expounded that Harden’s recurring discord with both current and past teams places a significant burden on his future prospects.
Kendrick Perkins on James Harden
Despite being a member of the esteemed NBA 75th Anniversary Team, Harden remains devoid of a championship ring. Although approaching the age of 34 (as of August 26), he remains a prominent figure in the league. However, he did not participate in the All-Star game for the first time since the 2011-12 season.
“James Harden is not indispensable to the NBA,” Kendrick Perkins on James Harden. “The league evolves by transitioning from seasoned superstars and consistently welcoming a new wave of young superstars each year. Progression is inherent to the league’s nature.”