Harden says Rockets are 'not good enough,' situation 'can't be fixed'

Harden says Rockets are 'not good enough,' situation 'can't be fixed'

James Harden says Rockets are "just not good enough... I love this city. I literally have done everything that I can. I mean, this situation is crazy. It’s something that I don’t think can be fixed."

SOURCE: Tim MacMahon of ESPN (Twitter)

ANALYSIS: Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN added that the Rockets have continued to discuss trade scenarios with teams for James Harden, with no deal imminent. But with Harden continuing to publicly voice his unhappiness with the team, the Rockets' front office may start to be more aggressive in their search.

Houston's asking price for Harden reportedly remains very high, as they are looking to get a major return for their former MVP. They will most likely want a package that includes draft picks and a young star.

Rockets guard John Wall added postgame that his relationship with Harden hasn't been great.

"It's been a little rocky, not going to lie about that," Wall said, according to Michael Shapiro of Sports Illustrated. "I don't think it's been the best it could be. That's all I can say."
 
"When you have certain guys that don’t want to buy in, it’s hard," Wall added, per Kelly Iko of The Athletic.
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