• Harden scored a career-high 61 points, the Rockets beat the Knicks
Harden scored a career-high 61 points, the Rockets beat the Knicks

The Rockets beat the Knicks 114-110, and James Harden performed well, scoring 61 points and setting a new career high. The Rockets thrilled, James Harden scored 61 points, tied the away team player's scoring record in Madison Square Garden, he also grabbed 15 rebounds and steals 5 times. Eric Gordon hit a key three-pointer and scored 20 points. Kenneth Faried had 11 points and 8 rebounds.

The Knicks suffered a seven-game losing streak. Tim Hardaway scored 21 points, Emanuel Moodye 14 points, Kevin Knox 12 points and 8 rebounds. Alonzo Trier, who came off the bench, scored 31 points.

In the basketball sacred Madison Square, Harden completely regarded this as his own home, finished four points on the outside, broke through to the inside to easily layup, scored free throws from the three-point line, and scored in the middle distance. The outside line took a three-pointer and scored exactly what he wanted. The Knicks couldn't even put much pressure on him. This is the current Harden, scored like Harden.

In the final section, Gordon became a hero. In the game with 11.4 seconds, Harden was unable to catch the ball in the double-team. He hit a three-pointer in the middle and the Rockets led 112-110. The Knicks made a mistake at the crucial moment. After Harden's steal, the fast break dunk succeeded and the Rockets sealed the victory.