James Harden Makes Embarrassing NBA Playoffs History in Clippers' Game 5 Loss to Mav

Up to this point in the NBA Playoffs, Los Angeles Clippers' James Harden has been outstanding.   

Harden's humiliating Game 5 defeat to the Dallas Mavericks in the NBA Playoffs created a new record for embarrassing losses in the NBA.   

In the 123-93 loss, he ended with seven points, seven assists, and four rebounds.  

Harden finished the night with seven points on two of twelve shots. The new record was set there.   

With two or fewer games and ten or more shot attempts, Harden now holds the NBA Playoffs record for most games.   

In Harden's postseason career, this is the tenth time it has occurred.   

James Harden's situation worsened when he was outscored by Mavs player Jaden Hardy in just five minutes of play. In the victory for Dallas, he scored 14 points.   

In order for the Clippers to win Game 6, Harden will need to perform better. However, it's difficult to see Los Angeles winning an elimination game on Dallas' home court.   

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