All it took was one season for the duo of Westbrook and Harden to fall completely apart.
Less than 24 hours after reports surfaced of Westbrook wanting to be traded, Stephen A. Smith added that both of them are disinterested in playing alongside each other.
“It’s a virtual guarantee that one of them is going to be gone, and a better than 50-percent shot that both will be gone,” he said.
In an abbreviated season due to COVID-19, Westbrook averaged 27.2 points, nearly eight rebounds and seven assists per game.
Harden averaged 34.3 points per game this past season to lead the NBA, his third straight scoring title.
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