Breaking: James Harden Makes Decision on His Future

The Los Angeles Clippers may not know the status of Paul George as of yet, but they do have their point guard locked in for two more seasons, as James Harden has agreed to a two-year deal at $35M per season.

Just moments before the official start of free agency at 6pm ET, Harden and the Clippers came to an agreement. 

To be honest, there was never any word of any other team being interested in Harden's services, so the Clippers were essentially only bidding against themselves, which is why they were likely able to keep the offer to just two years in length.

Harden will be entering his age-35 season, and is now locked up through 2025-2026, which is one season before teammate Kawhi Leonard's new extension expires.

Last season, Harden came over to the Clippers from the Philadelphia 76ers just after the beginning of the season, and averaged 16.6 points, 5.1 rebounds and 8.5 assists in 72 games. 

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