Houston Rockets star James Harden is having quite a season. He currently leads the league in scoring at 27.7 points per game, and is in discussion with the likes of Stephen Curry and Russell Westbrook for the MVP award.

Harden, however, doesn't really care. He just wants to win.

"I don't want to hear it, don't want the hear it," Harden said Thursday. "The most important thing right now is winning. I've said it plenty of times; it's winning and getting a rhythm going into the postseason. We haven't had a great rhythm all year just because guys have been in and out of the lineup. For me personally, I think for our team as well, is getting a rhythm and making sure everybody is on the same page. These five games will be important for us to catch our rhythm."

The Rockets currently hold the No. 2 seed in the Western Conference, and had been carried throughout the season by mostly Harden since Dwight Howard missed tons of time due to injury.

I'd personally vote Westbrook for MVP, then Harden. Harden has a great chance of winning it.

He just doesn't wanna hear it, though.


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