SF is definitely his primary position, but he does play some 4 in certain lineups and has shown a competent post game this year, which he's working to develop.
I know. I was saying that Harden does similar with moving from the 2 to the 3.
Also, Lebron owned Harden in the finals last year. Harden could not stop him.
Lebron is head and shoulders the best player in the NBA and I wasn't saying otherwise. No one can guard him.
Last night, Gordon did a damn good job on Harden. Gordon definitely had a terrible night offensively, but that was more a product of an off shooting night than lockdown defense.
So Harden scored 25 on 50% shooting and Gordon did a good job, but Gordon goes 2-12 and it was because of an off shooting night?
Harden dominates smaller guards, both offensively and defensively.
NOLA won so it doesn't really matter but cmon.