James Harden talks new comfortability with Sixers, being unselfish




 

The Philadelphia 76ers are heading into the 2022-23 season on a high note as they now have the benefit of having James Harden for a full training camp in order to build more chemistry with each other.

The Sixers have noticed a different Harden thus far to begin training camp. The team notices that he has a bit more burst and he is beginning to understand how the team wants things to run. Harden has a ton of responsibility out on the floor as both a scorer and a facilitator. He has a tough job.

Harden sat down with Sirius XM Radio and he discussed how he feels more comfortable with Philadelphia and is unselfish play out on the floor:

Harden will be a huge key to whatever the Sixers do in the 2022-23 season. The Beard has to be on a different level than he did to end his first stint with the team in order to be in serious contention for a title.

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