Harden Refusing $50M+ Contract From Rockets
NBA superstar James Harden recently declined a $50 million-plus contract per year from Houston Rockets.
Harden could be the first NBA player to make more than $50 million in a single season. He wishes to trade to the Brooklyn Nets where he believes has more opportunities to get a championship than in Rockets.
That big offer wasn’t enough to persuade James Harden to extend his career in Houston Rockets. Harden’s goal is to get his first NBA championship and join former teammate Kevin Durant in Nets.
“The Beard” at his 31st of age, has 11 seasons on his back, and made the playoffs in all of them is still searching to win the championship.
Moreover, the pointing guard shared a video of himself on his Instagram account that went viral last time. NBA fans quickly discussed the matter on Twitter and spoke about their theories regarding the contract extension option.
Some posted hurtful words saying that Harden needs Durant or Kyrie Irving to get the title. Others were making stories that were below the belt against him.
As per Wojnarowski, James Harden believes Houston’s championship window has closed, and constructing a superteam with the Nets is his best pathway to achieving his title dreams. Other fans seem to forget how hard Harden plays in the court.