James Harden was rumored to have been manifesting a trade to the Brooklyn Nets since early November.
And it looks like that’s finally come to fruition.
ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski and Ramona Shelburne on Wednesday reported the Nets were acquiring Harden in a blockbuster trade.
The trade reportedly involves the Cleveland Cavaliers and Indiana Pacers, too. Here are the details.
The news comes hours after Rockets coach Stephen Silas told reporters the organization felt it was best that Harden not attend Wednesday’s practice following his comments after Houston’s Tuesday night loss to the Los Angeles Lakers when he called his team “not good enough.”
Now, Harden will join forces with Kevin Durant and (maybe) Kyrie Irving — who is dealing with some drama of his own — in Brooklyn.