Report: Even With John Wall, James Harden Not Interested in Future with the Rockets

Even with John Wall looking fresh as ever and manning the point for the Houston Rockets, James Harden doesn't care and still wants out. 

We brought you the reports that surfaced last week that Harden presented the team with four teams he prefers to play for, which include the Miami Heat, Milwaukee Bucks, Philadelphia 76ers and Brooklyn Nets. 

So far there's only been one deal sounding like it could be close, and that was talks with the Heat around Tyler Herro. From various reports the 76ers won't include Ben Simmons or Joel Embiid, the Nets won't include Kyrie Irving or Kevin Durant and the Bucks already sold the farm on acquiring Jrue Holiday.

Harden is in an interesting spot as training camp begins for the sharpshooter, it sounds like he's trying his best to put on a face for the team.

Wall, who returned after two years away from the game, has been lights out in two preseason games. The former number one pick is averaging 17 points, 6.5 assists and 3.5 rebounds in Rockets colors. The point-guard wants a chance to see what the team can do with Harden in the lineup and a healthy DeMarcus Cousins.

Sounds like Harden would rather not.

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