{"Bio":{"id":"201935","type":"player","display_name":"Harden, James","professional":"2013-14 SEASON:<\/br>\r\nDND for one game (11\/13\/13) with a bruised left foot \u2026 DND\r\nthree other games (11\/23\/13-11\/27\/13) with a sore left foot \u2026 did not\r\nstart at Detroit (12\/21\/13) due to a sprained left ankle, but made himself\r\navailable in second half due to injuries \u2026 DND for one game (12\/23\/13)\r\nwith a sprained left ankle \u2026 DND for two games (1\/28\/14-1\/29\/14) with\r\na bruised left thumb suffered at Memphis (1\/25\/14) \u2026 selected by the\r\nhead coaches as a reserve for the 2014 NBA All-Star Game, which\r\nmarked his second consecutive All-Star selection \u2026 named as a\r\nreplacement starter for the 2014 NBA All-Star Game (2\/16\/14), totaling\r\neight points (2-6 3FG), five assists, one board and one steal in 23:46 of\r\naction \u2026 twice named Western Conference Player of the Week for\r\ngames played Feb. 24-Mar. 2 and Mar. 3-Mar. 9, marking the fifth such\r\nhonor of his career (10\/30\/12-11\/4\/12, 12\/31\/12-1\/6\/13 and 3\/18\/13-\r\n3\/24\/13) \u2026 first Rockets player ever to pick up Player of the Week\r\nhonors in consecutive weeks in the same season \u2026 recorded 35 points\r\n(14-16 FT), nine rebounds, five assists, four steals and two blocked\r\nshots vs. the L.A. Lakers (11\/7\/13), becoming the first Rockets player to\r\nreach those totals in a game since Hakeem Olajuwon posted 42 points,\r\n13 boards, six assists, five thefts and four blocks back in 1992-93 vs.\r\nthe L.A. Clippers (4\/6\/93) \u2026 finished with 26 points (7-19 FG, 9-11 FT),\r\n10 assists and three steals in a 110-104 2OT win vs. Toronto (11\/11\/13)\r\n\u2026 collected 36 points (9-17 FG, 16-18 FT) and nine boards in a 109-\r\n106 victory at New York (11\/14\/13) \u2026 scored 16 of his 31 points (10-19\r\nFG, 8-13 FT) in the fourth quarter of a 112-106 win at San Antonio\r\n(11\/30\/13) \u2026 registered 37 points (12-22 FG, 10-10 FT) and a gamehigh\r\neight assists at Utah (12\/2\/13) \u2026 totaled 34 points (13-22 FG),\r\nseven boards and four assists in a 105-83 win vs. Golden State\r\n(12\/6\/13) \u2026 finished with 27 points (7-17 FG, 10-11 FT), 10 assists and\r\neight boards vs. Orlando (12\/8\/13) \u2026 netted 16 (6-7 FG, 2-2 3FG, 2-2\r\nFT) of his game-high 28 points in the fourth quarter of a 111-98 win at\r\nSan Antonio (12\/25\/13) \u2026 became the first player in NBA history to\r\nregister at least 27 points on two or fewer field goals made (2-9 FG) vs.\r\nMemphis (12\/26\/13), finishing a career-best 22-of-25 from the stripe and\r\ntying the Rockets single-game record for free throws made (22-27 FT\r\nby Sleepy Floyd on 2\/3\/91 vs. Golden State) \u2026 registered 38 points\r\n(12-26 FG, 5-11 3FG, 9-10 FT) and a season-high 10 rebounds vs.\r\nSacramento (12\/31\/13) \u2026 racked up 37 points (10-19 FG, 5-10 3FG),\r\nseven rebounds and six assists in a 102-100 win vs. New York (1\/3\/14),\r\nwhich included a perfect 12-of-12 outing form the free throw line \u2026\r\nscored 38 points (14-23 FG, 8-11 FT) and made five steals in a 113-99\r\nwin vs. the L.A. Lakers (1\/8\/14) \u2026 became the first Rockets player to\r\nscore at least 37 points in three consecutive games since Olajuwon\r\nback in 1994-95 (three games: 42 on 12\/29\/94, 37 on 12\/30\/94 and 41\r\non 1\/3\/95) \u2026 made a season-high three blocks in a 104-92 win at\r\nBoston (1\/13\/14) \u2026 recorded 22 points (7-16 FG) and five steals vs.\r\nMilwaukee (1\/18\/14) \u2026 collected 10 points (5-6 FT) and a career-high\r\n13 assists vs. Memphis (1\/24\/14) \u2026 played in his 120th game with\r\nHouston vs. Phoenix (2\/5\/14), scoring 23 points on 12-for-12 from the\r\nfoul line to become just the third player to score at least 3,000 points in\r\nhis first 120 games played with the Rockets: Elvin Hayes (3,320), Tracy\r\nMcGrady (3,056) and Harden (3,022) \u2026 scored the deciding bucket\r\nwith seven-tenths of a second left in a 113-112 win vs. Washington\r\n(2\/12\/14), finishing with 35 points (8-14 FG), six boards and six assists,\r\nwhile matching his career best for most free throws made without a\r\nmiss (16-16 FT) \u2026 collected a game-high 29 points (10-18 FG, 5-7\r\n3FG), 11 assists, six boards, four steals and one block in a 134-108 win\r\nat the L.A. Lakers (2\/19\/14) \u2026 recorded 39 points (14-27 FG, 8-10 FT)\r\nat Golden State (2\/20\/14) \u2026 led Houston with a season-high 43 points\r\n(11-20 FG, 6-9 3FG, 15-16 FT), eight dimes and three thefts in a 129-\r\n103 win at Sacramento (2\/25\/14), joining Olajuwon and Clyde Drexler\r\nas the only Rockets to record at least 40 points, eight assists and three\r\nsteals in a game since 1985-86 \u2026 scored 22 of his points (7-10 FG, 2-2\r\n3FG, 6-7 FT) over the opening 12 minutes at the Kings (2\/25\/14), tying\r\nfor the most first-quarter points in Rockets history (22 by Kevin Martin\r\non 12\/11\/10) \u2026 finished with 20 points (7-16 FG), a game-high 12\r\nassists and three steals vs. Detroit (3\/1\/14) \u2026 posted 21 points (9-15\r\nFG) and another game-high 11 assists in a 106-103 win vs. Miami\r\n(3\/4\/14) \u2026 was the first time in his career to record 10-plus assists in\r\nconsecutive games \u2026 went for 25 points (8-11 FG, 2-3 3FG, 7-7 FT) in\r\nthe second half to lead the Rockets to a 101-89 come-from-behind win\r\nat Orlando (3\/5\/14), finishing with 31 points (11-19 FG, 7-7 FT) and six\r\nassists \u2026 registered 41 points (12-28 FG, 10-11 FT), a season-hightying\r\n10 rebounds, six assists and a season-best six steals vs. Portland\r\n(3\/9\/14), which included matching his career high in 3-pointers made (7-\r\n12 3FG) \u2026 also nailed a 3-pointer with 8.8 seconds left in regulation to\r\neven the game at 106-106 and force OT with the Blazers \u2026 became\r\njust the fourth player since the NBA started tracking steals in 1973-74 to\r\nhave at least 40 points, 10 boards, six assists and six steals in a game:\r\nJulius Erving (1977), Larry Bird (1982) and Michael Jordan (1989) \u2026\r\nwas his second 40-point outing of 2013-14 (fifth career) \u2026 led the\r\nRockets with 30 points (7-16 FG, 5-12 3FG, 11-12 FT) at Miami\r\n(3\/16\/14) \u2026 topped Houston with 37 points (9-15 FG, 5-8 3FG, 14-14\r\nFT), 10 assists and four steals in a 118-111 win at Cleveland (3\/22\/14)\r\n\u2026 totaled 31 points (11-19 FG, 4-7 3FG) and five assists in a 100-89\r\nwin at Charlotte (3\/24\/14) \u2026 posted 26 points (9-17 FG, 3-8 3FG, 5-6\r\nFT), 10 rebounds and 10 assists vs. Philadelphia (3\/27\/14), which\r\nmarked the second triple-double of his career \u2026 finished with 32 points\r\n(9-22 FG, 11-13 FT), seven rebounds and six assists vs. the L.A.\r\nClippers (3\/29\/14) \u2026 netted 26 points at Brooklyn (4\/1\/14), tying his\r\ncareer best for most free throws made without a miss (16-16 FT) \u2026 led\r\nall scorers with 39 points (9-22 FG, 4-8 3FG, 17-20 FT) in a 111-107\r\nwin vs. Oklahoma City (4\/4\/14), adding nine rebounds, seven assists\r\nand two steals \u2026 finished with 32 points (9-23 FG, 11-12 FT), 10\r\nassists and four steals in a 130-125 OT win vs. Denver (4\/6\/14), hitting\r\nthe game-tying 3-pointer with 7.1 seconds left to force OT \u2026 scored a\r\ngame-high-tying 33 points (10-15 FG, 3-6 3FG, 10-11 FT) vs. the L.A.\r\nLakers (4\/8\/14) \u2026 picked up the 14th 20-point, 10-assist game of his\r\ncareer \u2026 also had a game-high 12 assists vs. the L.A. Lakers (4\/8\/14)\r\n\u2026 scored a team-high 33 points (7-14 FG, 4-5 3FG, 15-19 FT) at\r\nMinnesota (4\/11\/14) \u2026 racked up 33 points (10-22 FG, 3-8 3FG, 10-10\r\nFT) vs. the Pelicans (4\/12\/14) \u2026 also marks his 14th double-double of\r\nthe season \u2026 overall, was his 24th 30-point performance of the season\r\n(49 career).\r\n<\/br><\/br>\r\n\r\nPREVIOUS SEASONS:<\/br>\r\n\r\n2012-2013:\r\nNamed to the 2012-13 All-NBA Third Team, marking\r\nhis first career All-NBA Team selection \u2026 just the\r\nseventh player in Rockets history to earn All-NBA\r\nrecognition \u2026 had one of the greatest statistical seasons\r\nin team history in his first campaign with Houston \u2026\r\naveraged 25.9 points, 4.9 rebounds and 5.8 assists in\r\n78 games (78 starts) \u2026 ranked fifth in the NBA in\r\npoints per game (25.9), second in free throws made\r\n(674) and first in free throw attempts (792) \u2026 also\r\nranked seventh in the NBA in steals per game (1.82),\r\nnotching a team-high 21 games with at least three\r\nsteals \u2026 topped the Rockets (or tied) in scoring on 59\r\noccasion and led the squad in assists 38 times \u2026\r\nbecame just the fifth player in team history to reach\r\n2,000 points in one campaign (2,023 points) \u2026 DND\r\nfor one game (12\/10\/12) with a sprained right ankle\r\nthat he suffered vs. Dallas (12\/8\/12) \u2026 DNP for one\r\nother game (2\/13\/13) with a right ankle sprain that he\r\nsuffered at Golden State (2\/12\/13) \u2026 also DND for\r\ntwo games (3\/30\/13-4\/1\/13) with a sore right foot \u2026\r\nrecorded two 40-point games and netted a career singleseason\r\nbest 23 30-point performances (Rockets\r\nrecord: 16-7) \u2026 also had a career single-season high\r\n65 20-point outings \u2026 registered the first nine doubledoubles\r\nof his career (Rockets record: 7-2) \u2026\r\nsurpassed Moses Malone\u2019s team mark for free throws\r\nmade in a season (630 FTM in 1981-82), joining Malone\r\nas the only two Rockets players to ever reach 600\r\nfree throws made in a single season \u2026 joined Gilbert\r\nArenas (2005-06 and 2006-07), Kobe Bryant (2005-06\r\nand 2007-08) and Jerry Stackhouse (2000-01) as the\r\nonly four players in NBA history to record at least 600\r\nfree throws made and hit 150 or more 3-pointers in one\r\nseason \u2026 named NBA Western Conference Player\r\nof the Week three times in his career with all coming\r\nin 2012-13 (Oct. 30-Nov. 4, Dec. 31-Jan. 6 and Mar.\r\n18-Mar. 24) \u2026 joined Tracy McGrady (four times\r\nin 2004-05) and Hakeem Olajuwon (three times in\r\n1992-93) as the only Rockets to ever capture Player\r\nof the Week honors three or more times in one season\r\n\u2026 named as a reserve for the 2013 NBA All-Star\r\nGame, marking the first time in his career to be selected\r\nas an All-Star \u2026 recorded 15 points (6-13 FG, 3-8\r\n3FG), six rebounds and three assists in a 143-138 win\r\nby the West in the 2013 NBA All-Star Game in Houston\r\n(2\/17\/13) \u2026 also competed in the 2013 Sears Shooting\r\nStars as part of State Farm All-Star Saturday Night\r\n(2\/16\/13) \u2026 coached the West team to a 58-38 win at\r\nthe 2013 Sprint NBA All-Star Celebrity Game (2\/15\/13)\r\n\u2026 became the first-ever NBA player to score 37 or\r\nmore points while registering a double-digit assist total\r\nin his team debut, posting 37 points (14-25 FG, 4-10\r\n3FG, 5-6 FT), a career-high 12 assists, six rebounds,\r\nfour steals and one block in a 105-96 win at Detroit\r\n(10\/31\/12) \u2026 just the fourth NBA player in the last 25\r\nyears to post those totals in a single game and matched\r\nthe third-highest point total for any NBA player in\r\nhis team debut (most for Rockets debut) \u2026 totaled\r\n45 points (14-19 FG, 2-4 3FG, 15-17 FT) at Atlanta\r\n(11\/2\/12) \u2026 his 82 total points were the most scored\r\nby a player in his first two games with a team in NBA\r\nhistory, surpassing the previous mark held by Wilt\r\nChamberlain, who scored 79 points in his first two\r\ncareer games with the Philadelphia Warriors in 1959 \u2026\r\nleft the game (upper respiratory distress) in the second\r\nquarter at Utah (11\/19\/12) \u2026 led the Rockets with 33\r\npoints (7-15 FG, 3-5 3FG) and a game-high nine assists\r\nin a 131-103 win vs. New York (11\/23\/12), which included\r\ngoing a perfect 16-of-16 from the free throw line \u2026\r\nhad a game-high 24 points (9-19 FG, 4-8 3FG) and a\r\ncareer-high-tying 12 assists vs. Toronto (11\/27\/12) \u2026\r\nrecorded 15 points (9-11 FT) and 10 rebounds vs. the\r\nL.A. Lakers (12\/4\/12) \u2026 topped Houston with 39 points\r\n(10-17 FG, 4-9 3FG, 15-16 FT) and nine assists vs.\r\nDallas (12\/8\/12), notching 30 points (8-10 FG, 3-4\r\n3FG, 11-11 FT) in the first half alone \u2026 led Houston\r\nwith 28 points (9-18 FG) and 10 rebounds at New York\r\n(12\/17\/12) \u2026 totaled 33 points (7-12 FG, 17-18 FT) and\r\nseven assists vs. Philadelphia (12\/19\/12) \u2026 collected\r\n31 points (9-13 FG, 3-3 3FG, 10-12 FT), eight assists\r\nand three steals vs. Memphis (12\/22\/12), despite sitting\r\nout the entire fourth quarter of a 121-96 win \u2026 netted\r\n30 points (11-22 FG) at Minnesota (12\/26\/12), which\r\nincluded scoring 17 fourth-quarter points to lift the\r\nRockets to an 87-84 win \u2026 scored a game-high 33\r\npoints (10-22 FG, 10-13 FT) to go with seven assists\r\nat San Antonio (12\/28\/12) \u2026 collected 29 points (6-17\r\nFG, 14-15 FT) and a career-high seven steals at\r\nCleveland (1\/5\/13) \u2026 finished with 31 points (11-19\r\nFG, 8-8 FT), nine assists and six boards vs. the\r\nL.A. Lakers (1\/8\/13) \u2026 netted 25 or more points in\r\n14 straight games (12\/16\/12-1\/9\/13) to set the franchise\r\nrecord previously held by Malone at 13 in a row\r\n(1\/26\/82-2\/23\/82) \u2026 had a career-best four blocks at\r\nIndiana (1\/18\/13) \u2026 recorded a streak of 20-plus point\r\ngames in a career-high 22 consecutive outings\r\n(12\/7\/12-1\/16\/13), which ranks as the fifth longest\r\nsuch streak in Rockets history \u2026 led the Rockets in\r\nscoring outright (no ties) in 20 consecutive games\r\n(12\/12\/12-1\/16\/13), which stands as the second longest\r\nstreak in team history (23 games by Malone from\r\n2\/26\/82-4\/11\/82) \u2026 totaled career highs in free throws\r\nmade (19) and attempted (21) in a 100-94 win at\r\nCharlotte (1\/21\/13), which included going 10-of-10 from\r\nthe charity stripe in the fourth quarter alone \u2026 recorded\r\na career-best streak of 36 consecutive free throws\r\nmade (1\/21\/13-1\/26\/13) \u2026 registered the first tripledouble\r\nof his career with 21 points (6-11 FG, 8-9 FT),\r\n11 rebounds and 11 assists vs. Charlotte (2\/2\/13) \u2026\r\nled the Rockets with 36 points (10-16 FG, 4-7 3FG,\r\n12-13 FT), a career-best 12 rebounds, seven assists\r\nand three steals at Miami (2\/6\/13), becoming the first\r\nRockets player to amass such totals in a single game\r\nsince Olajuwon (3\/23\/96 on vs. Minnesota) \u2026 finished\r\nwith a game-high 35 points (13-16 FG, 4-5 3FG,\r\n5-6 FT), 11 assists and seven boards vs. Portland\r\n(2\/8\/13), which included going a perfect 8-of-8\r\n(2-2 3FG, 2-2 FT) from the field for 20 points in the\r\nfirst half alone \u2026 tallied a game-high 30 points (10-20\r\nFG, 8-11 FT) at Sacramento (2\/10\/13), giving him\r\n30-plus points in a career-best three straight games\r\n(2\/6\/13-2\/10\/13) \u2026 registered a career-high 46 points\r\n(14-19 FG, 11-12 FT), seven rebounds and six assists\r\nin a 122-119 win vs. Oklahoma City (2\/20\/13), which\r\nincluded setting his career best in 3-pointers made\r\n(7-8 3FG) \u2026 led all Western Conference scorers in the\r\nmonth of Feb. 2013 (28.7 ppg) and was third in the\r\nWest in steals per game (2.10 spg) \u2026 hit a perfect\r\n16-of-16 from the free throw line at Dallas (3\/6\/13),\r\nfinishing with 28 points (5-17 FG) and nine assists \u2026\r\nscored 20 points (3-17 FG, 11-14 FT) and dished out 11\r\nassists at Golden State (3\/8\/13) \u2026 registered 38 points\r\n(11-17 FG, 9-12 FT) and eight assists at Phoenix\r\n(3\/9\/13), which included matching his career high in\r\n3-pointers made (7-10 3FG) \u2026 had at least one theft in\r\na career-best 28 straight games (1\/9\/13-3\/9\/13), which\r\nwas the longest such streak by a Rockets player\r\nsince Steve Francis (29 from 2\/9\/04-4\/9\/04) \u2026 posted\r\n37 points (8-16 FG, 5-10 3FG, 16-18 FT), eight assists\r\nand seven boards vs. Minnesota (3\/15\/13), including a\r\n25-point second half in a 108-100 comeback win over\r\nthe Wolves \u2026 posted 21 points (6-16 FG, 6-6 FT),\r\n10 rebounds, eight assists and three steals vs. Golden\r\nState (3\/17\/13) \u2026 scored a game-high 29 points (5-14\r\nFG) vs. Utah (3\/20\/13) off a 17-of-18 performance\r\nfrom the free throw line \u2026 finished with 29 points (6-16\r\nFG, 15-17 FT), nine rebounds, six assists, two steals\r\nand two blocks vs. San Antonio (3\/24\/13), hitting\r\na shot with 4.5 seconds left to lift the Rockets to a\r\n96-95 win over the Spurs \u2026 racked up 33 points (11-21\r\nFG, 4-9 3FG) in a 116-98 win at Portland (4\/5\/13) \u2026\r\nwent 10-for-10 from the stripe at Denver (4\/6\/13) to\r\nsurpass Malone\u2019s Rockets record for free throws made\r\nin a season \u2026 finished with 33 points (9-21 FG, 13-14\r\nFT), six boards, six assists and three thefts vs. Phoenix\r\n(4\/9\/13), as goaltending was ruled on his 3-point attempt\r\nas time expired to give the Rockets a 101-98 win \u2026\r\nregistered 30 points (7-24 FG, 5-10 3FG, 11-14 FT) vs.\r\nMemphis (4\/12\/13) and totaled 30 more points (8-25\r\nFG, 10-12 FT) at the L.A. Lakers (4\/17\/13).\r\n<\/br><\/br>\r\n\r\n2011-2012: Averaged 16.8 points, 4.1\r\nrebounds and 3.7 assists in 62 games (two starts) with\r\nOklahoma City \u2026 received the 2011-12 NBA Sixth\r\nMan Award (received 584 of a possible 595 points,\r\nincluding 115 of a possible 119 first-place votes) \u2026\r\nwas the leading bench scorer in the NBA with a 16.8\r\npoint per game average (min. 40 games off the bench)\r\n\u2026 scored in double-figures in all but four of his\r\nappearances during the season \u2026 scored 20-plus points\r\non 15 occasions (Thunder record: 14-1), including two\r\n30-point efforts (record: 2-0) and one 40-point outing\r\n\u2026 scored a season-high 40 points (12-17 FG) at Phoenix\r\n(4\/18\/12), becoming the first NBA player in a reserve\r\nrole to score 40 points since Dallas guard Rodrique\r\nBeaubois (3\/27\/10) \u2026 also had 33 points (11-16 FG)\r\nvs. Charlotte (3\/10\/12) \u2026 had a season-high nine\r\nassists at Dallas (2\/1\/12). \r\n<\/br><\/br>\r\n\r\n2010-2011: In his second\r\nseason with Oklahoma City, came off the bench to\r\nscore 10-plus points in 27 of the final 29 games of the\r\nseason (included a season-long 18-game streak\r\n2\/15\/10-3\/25\/11) \u2026 Thunder went 4-1 with him in the\r\nstarting lineup and 7-3 when he scored 20-plus points\r\n\u2026 scored 10-plus points on 54 occasions, including a\r\nseason-high 26 points (8-12 FG) vs. Phoenix (3\/6\/11).\r\n<\/br><\/br>\r\n\r\n2009-2010: Named to the NBA\u2019s All-Rookie Second\r\nTeam as a member of the Thunder \u2026 recorded the\r\nfourth highest 3-point percentage in NBA history (.375)\r\nfor a player under the age of 21 (min. of 150 attempts)\r\n\u2026 posted a season-high 26 points vs. Golden State\r\n(12\/7\/09) \u2026 connected on seven straight 3-point field\r\ngoals over two games, recording the most consecutive\r\n3-point makes by a rookie since Houston guard Michael\r\nDickerson made eight straight (5\/4\/99-5\/5\/99) \u2026 ranked\r\nsixth in his rookie class in 3-point field goal percentage\r\n(.375; 93-248 3FG) and shot .808 from the free throw\r\nline, which was seventh among NBA rookies (min. 30\r\nattempts).\r\n<\/br><\/br>\r\n\r\nCAREER TRANSACTIONS:<\/br>\r\nDrafted by Oklahoma City with the third overall pick in\r\nthe 2009 NBA Draft \u2026 acquired by the Rockets along\r\nwith Cole Aldrich, Daequan Cook and Lazar Hayward\r\nfrom the Thunder in exchange for Kevin Martin, Jeremy\r\nLamb and three future draft selections on Oct. 27,\r\n2013 \u2026 signed a multi-year contract extension with\r\nHouston on Oct. 31, 2013.\r\n<\/br><\/br>\r\n\r\nCOLLEGE:<\/br>\r\nA two-time First-Team All-Pac 10 selection at Arizona\r\nState \u2026 as a sophomore, was named an AP First-\r\nTeam All American and the Pac-10 Player of the Year\r\n\u2026 was the third Sun Devil in school history to earn\r\nPac-10 Player of the Year honors, joining Eddie House\r\nand Ike Diogu \u2026 joined Jason Kidd and Mike Bibby in\r\nbecoming just the third sophomore in league history to\r\nwin the award \u2026 became just the fifth player in Pac-10\r\nhistory to lead the league in scoring (20.1 ppg) and\r\nsteals (1.69 spg) when he did in 2008-09.\r\n<\/br><\/br>\r\n\r\nPERSONAL:<\/br>\r\nBorn James Edward Harden Jr. on Aug. 26, 1989, in\r\nBellflower, California \u2026 lists his mother, Monja Willis,\r\nas the biggest influence in his life \u2026 supports the\r\ncommunity through his James Harden Foundation \u2026\r\njoined his mother and other family members in hosting\r\nfive Houston area families on a shopping spree at\r\nSuper Target on Dec. 21, 2012 \u2026 families were selected\r\nby Houston Children\u2019s Charities because of their need\r\nfor assistance during the 2012 holiday season \u2026 hosted\r\nthe James Harden Basketball Camp in 2013 in The\r\nWoodlands, Texas \u2026 led Artesia High School to a\r\n33-2 record in his senior year and second straight\r\nstate title, as well as earning Trophy-Case Player of\r\nthe year honors \u2026 went to the same high school that\r\nproduced Ed and Charles O\u2019Bannon and Jason Kapono\r\n\u2026 enjoys playing video games \u2026 favorite food is\r\nchicken pasta.\r\n<\/br><\/br>\r\n","college":"","highschool":"","twitter":"","other_label":"","other_text":""}}