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Rockets: Frank Isola impressed with James Harden’s consistency

SiriusXM NBA Radio Host Frank Isola (Photo by David Surowiecki/Getty Images for SiriusXM)
SiriusXM NBA Radio Host Frank Isola (Photo by David Surowiecki/Getty Images for SiriusXM)
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SiriusXM NBA Radio Hosts Frank Isola (L) and Brian Scalabrine (Photo by David Surowiecki/Getty Images for SiriusXM)

Frank Isola impressed with Rockets’ James Harden’s consistency

It’s safe to say that Harden has been consistently great over the course of his eight seasons with the Houston Rockets, and Harden’s consistency drew praise from Frank Isola of the New York Post. Isola was on Sirius XM’s The Starting Lineup and had the below to say.

“I think with James Harden, we’re almost becoming used to his performances, but it’s still ridiculous.”

Isola was speaking about the Luka Doncic vs. James Harden debate when he made the statement, and later pointed out how much differently the Rockets would have been without James Harden throughout the years, although he later stated that he’s been more impressed with Doncic this season.

Isola is proof that regardless of whether you lean towards Luka in the debate, you can’t help but point out how Harden has been consistent throughout the past eight seasons with the Rockets, as Harden has been successful under Kevin McHale, J.B. Bickerstaff, and Mike D’Antoni, although many would lead you to believe Harden has only been successful under D’Antoni.

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At least Isola realizes and is giving the Houston Rockets superstar his credit.

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