Love him or hate him, James Harden of the Los Angeles Clippers is one of the best shooting guards in NBA history. The stepback jumpshots and three-point field goals that he shot repeatedly over his career have been nothing short of magical. But even more magical were the things he did for his teammates — along with scoring.
A perfect example of Harden being great and great for others on his team took place on Jan. 31, 2018, when he played for the Houston Rockets.
Harden not only scored 60 points, but he recorded a triple double in the process, becoming the first player in NBA history to record a 60-point triple-double. The Rockets would win the game 114-107 over the Orlando Magic.