• James Harden
    G, Houston Rockets

    Not even former MVP James Harden could solo-carry the Rockets with 37 points on 12-of-26 shooting and a full line in Monday's loss to the Sixers.

    Harden added six rebounds, six triples, three assists, a steal and two blocks to the box score in another epic performance. He was the only starter to score in double figures, so it was not much of a surprise that the Sixers blew them out of the water. With his core supporting cast ailing, Harden has been putting up gaudy lines one after the other. He's scored 30 points or more in 20 consecutive games now, a feat only Wilt Chamberlain has had the distinction of achieving in NBA history prior to tonight.