If you felt like ringing in the new year with some hoops you were in luck, as there were seven games of NBA action on the final day of 2018.
In the process, Harden joined elite company, passing Oscar Robertson to become the only player in NBA history with at least 35 points and five assists in eight straight games.
He also became the third player in the last 30 years to score 400 points in a 10-game span, joining Michael Jordan and Kobe Bryant.
Russell Westbrook had a rough night on Saturday when the Thunder lost to the Mavericks, shooting just 4-of-22 from the field.
Anthony Davis missed out on the Pelicans' game vs. the Timberwolves due to a stomach ailment.
Everyone knows about Trae Young's incredible range on his 3-point shot, but he's also a skilled passer, as he showed on Monday afternoon.
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