The Jump reacts to James Harden’s Nets debut triple-double

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The Jump’s Rachel Nichols, David Fizdale and Robert Horry react to James Harden’s debut with the Brooklyn Nets, a triple-double in a game Harden described as “easy.” They also speak about how Harden, Kevin Durant & the rest of the team can look to improve ahead of the NBA playoffs. (edited)

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