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James Harden euro steps his way to first Nets bucket

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It may be weird to see James Harden in a jersey that’s not the Houston Rockets’ but fans better get used to the 2018 Most Valuable Player wearing the Brooklyn Nets‘ colors.

Harden played his first game with the Nets on Saturday after the blockbuster trade went through. It took a while for The Beard to get himself on the score sheet, but he did it in the most fitting way: with a euro step.

The euro step is one of Harden’s go-to moves when attacking the basket. Even though defenders know that the move is coming, Harden executes the maneuver so perfectly that it’s still nearly impossible to stop.

James Harden’s fit in Brooklyn was a major question that fans and analysts were trying to figure out. How would the ball-dominant scoring machine play with two other superstars?

Although the dynamic with Kyrie Irving, who’s missing time due to the league’s health and safety protocol, still remains to be seen, Harden has done a great job fitting right into Steve Nash’s offense in Brooklyn.

The Orlando Magic may not be the best test for Harden, but it looks like the star shooting guard will fit in just fine in Brooklyn.

If James Harden assumes the role as this team’s primary playmaker, the Nets’ offense will be virtually unstoppable. James Harden may have euro stepped his way to an NBA Finals appearance at the very least.