The Crystal Trophy may be gone, but it may have inspired a new generation of stars to reach for it.
A few months ago, James Harden was at the helm of the Houston Rockets, one of the best teams in the NBA.
And just a couple of weeks ago, his teammate, Blake Griffin, was leading the Washington Wizards to the conference finals.
Both are still on the rise, and both are still in the midst of one of their best seasons in the history of the league.
But both are now in their 30s, and while they have the talent to become superstars in their respective eras, they don’t have the star power to compete with the best.
The Crystal Trophy is still the best prize in the world.
But there are two sides to every coin, and it’s not always a good thing to have a trophy that isn’t the best thing to ever exist.
If you’ve ever wanted to see a star play a game of basketball, then you’ve probably seen Harden play.
And if you’ve never watched him play, then congratulations: You’re in luck.
He is one of a handful of players in NBA history who have won a total of 14 MVP awards.
Harden has won six of them, including four MVP awards, and he has never won fewer than three.
He also has a career total of 741 points, a career mark that stands at 1,073 points, which is the most points by any player in NBA Finals history.
That’s a career record that will be broken soon, and one that could get even more impressive if the Thunder’s Kevin Durant can reach the level of greatness he has.
Harden, like every player, is a product of his environment.
His career has been built on winning championships and leading the league in scoring.
But he also has built a resume that has included two seasons in which he finished in the top 10 of MVP voting, two seasons where he finished first in MVP voting (2011-12), and two seasons when he finished among the league leaders in both offensive and defensive efficiency (2011, 2012).
Those three seasons together are worth an average of 1,734 points, and they represent the best scoring average in NBA postseason history.
Harden’s overall offensive rating is an average that would have placed him in the discussion for a championship in the same season that he was a top 10 scorer.
And he has been the league leader in offensive rating since 2007.
But those are just the highlights of Harden’s career.
When you’re at your best, the most important thing is the game.
And that’s where Harden stands.
But when you’re playing against the best, and when you get the chance to play with a superstar like Durant, you want to do everything you can to help your team win.
Harden is a great teammate, and his teammates are a lot like him.
He has the best chemistry in the league, and in that respect he is a natural leader.
And if you think about it, he also is a huge part of the reason why Durant is a superstar.
When Durant signed with the Oklahoma City Thunder in January of 2016, he had the highest average scoring average on a single team in NBA playoff history.
The Thunder were on pace for an NBA record 890 points.
The next season, the Thunder had a team average of 873 points.
Durant’s career average is 742 points.
It was one of his highest scoring seasons ever.
And it was also the best offensive season by any Thunder player in history.
Durant has scored 1,826 points over his last 11 seasons in Oklahoma City.
But that was before Harden took over.
He was just a rookie.
Harden was already a veteran on the team.
The only difference was that Harden was coming off a championship.
When he got the Thunder, Durant had a championship team that was already in the Finals.
But as a player, Durant was more than just a great leader on the court.
He had a tremendous supporting cast, and Harden had the skills to play as well as any player on any team.
Harden can be a devastating scorer, and Durant can also be an incredible passer, and there is no doubt that Harden has a better overall game than Durant.
The question is, does Harden have the ability to be one of those players?
In the past few years, Harden has made a lot of headlines for being a bad defender, which has resulted in him getting labeled as a bad teammate.
But Harden is not the only one who has struggled with this problem.
There are many other NBA players who have had their best years when they were in their prime.
But if we want to be able to say that Harden is among the best defenders in the game, we have to look at his overall play.
There is no way that Harden could be considered a great defender when he’s a guy who was a rookie and who is only 28 years old.
When you look