April 9, 2017, 6:39 pm
James Harden registered a quadruple-double on Sunday but not the kind fantasy owners were hoping for, with one stat being turnovers.
James Harden scored a game-high 35 points, pulled down 11 rebounds, handed out 15 assists, hit five triples, got one steal, but also committed 10 turnovers for a statistical quadruple-double. Owners in 9-cat winced at it, while it was “just another day at the office” for managers playing in 8-cat leagues. Harden has been a legit player-of-interest where MVP discussions have been concerned all season long considering how big of a bounce-back season the Rockets have been having this 2016-17. He’s been the best player in 8-cat for most of the season, while Russell Westbrook has managed to finish strong and even carved his initials in the NBA history books time and time again.