Harden Puts Up Double-Double in Win Over Nets

James Harden started hot Monday night against the Nets, putting up 20 points, 5 rebounds, and 4 assists in the first quarter.  He would finish with 37 points, 10 rebounds, and 8 assists coming just short of a Triple-Double.  Harden also became the 1st player in Rockets history to score 20 plus points in each of the team's first 20 games of a season. 

Chris Paul struggled with his jump shot going 1 for 7, but managed to make up for it with 14 assists.

Trevor Ariza, Ryan Anderson, Clint Capela, and Eric Gordon all scored double digits to help the Rockets best the Nets 117 to 103.

The Rockets have won 5 straight and have only lost one game in November, and it can stay that way if they beat the Pacers Wednesday night.

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