The Best Card in the Game
Written by kylekorverfan628
This card is absolutely insane. I have been using the amethyst because the diamond wasn't worth the upgrade but holy shit. I pulled this gem and I'm keeping this baby. This card can do everything. He can pop, slam, and surprisingly play a little de. I am very excited for this card and trust me I've been waiting. The Russell Westbrook has had a 95 and a 98 before a new Harden card could be rightfully released. James Harden's release is sooooooooooooooooooooo clean and its what makes him so good. HE has averaged 25.6, 7.8, and 2.6 over 10 games. I don't really like Westbrook's release and even though he has the ratings for threes, they still never seem to go in. Also, difficult shots is one of the most underrated badges in this game and it is where a player hits shots off the dribble with ease. If you think about that it is actually insane. Harden has it HOF which is GOAT. If you are ever deciding between Harden and Westbrook it's not a choice. Harden is the BEST player in the game. Like this review if you agree.
Bought for: Pulled
- Three pointers baby: The amy and the other diamond both had 94 open shot three and they were soooo nice. With a 98 he is so unstoppable
- Still got the driving ability: He now has acrobat and tireless scorer HOF which is also insane.
- The speed is key: In Harden you get a player that is different than most. HE can pop like crazy but also he can get open like crazy. He is no stand still shooter.
- As most people know Harden is bad at de: He has an 84 defense total which is MUCH better than before but if you want a defensive card don't choose Harden
Recommended Strategy: Pick and roll works well but you can also just sauce and get an open shot. With the 98 three ball it makes defenders jump and you can drive.
Other Comments: I use him at point guard but that is personal preference.
Bottom Line: Harden is the best card in the game and I assume he will go for buttloads of money. He has a super nice three and release and the only problem is defense which isn't that bad.
Use if: You want an OUTSTANDING shooting and driving shooting guard
Don't use if: You need good defense or stellar rebounding