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10 Best Guard Duos In The NBA

Troy Taormina | USA TODAY Sports

4) Ty Lawson/James Harden, Houston Rockets

Harden hit the NBA like a storm, suddenly propelling himself into MVP contention last season. He will continue to create problems for defenses for years to come, without a doubt. The Rockets made a huge upgrade in the acquisition of Ty Lawson, despite his off the court problems. If Lawson can focus on the court, he could continue to be one of the league’s best passers. Last season, the Rockets often relied on isolation on offense, but with Lawson, the ball should move more freely to find the open man on the floor. This duo has the potential to be top 3 in the league. It all comes down to production and if they are able to build some chemistry.

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