James Harden On What He Learned In 5 Games As A Clippers' Player: "Shoot The Catch-And-Shoots"

James Harden acknowledges the need to embrace catch-and-shoot opportunities with the Los Angeles Clippers.

James Harden's transition to the Los Angeles Clippers has been accompanied by a learning curve, 

and after five games with the team, he's identified a key adjustment for himself.  

Despite the Clippers facing early-season challenges and not securing a win with Harden in the lineup, the team is showing signs of improvement. 

Harden acknowledged that he needs to be more willing to take catch-and-shoot opportunities, 

a facet of his game he hasn't emphasized since his earlier days with the Oklahoma City Thunder. 

Throughout his career, Harden has been accustomed to taking more pull-up threes, given his role as the primary shot-creator for his teams. 

James Harden's catch-and-shoot performance with the Los Angeles Clippers reveals a promising dimension to his game. 

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