<img src = "https://a57.foxnews.com/a57.foxnews.com/static.foxnews.com/foxnews.com/content/uploads/2019/04/640/320/1862/1048/ Houston Rackets Guard James Harden, do not shoot against Golden State Warriors guard Clay Thompson in the second half of Game 1 of the second round of NBA Basketball the playoff series in Auckland, California, fired at Golden State Warrior Claire Thompson's guard in the second half of NBA basketball match 1
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James Hardon of the Houston Racket accused the Sunday loss of his team against the Golden State Warriors – at least in part – of the unintentional violations that he warned could result in a series of failures. HARDNON said he would have scored more, but the Warriors continued to glide beneath him when he tried to make three directories. "I just want a fair chance, man," Harden told reporters after the game. "We all know what happened to Kauchi a few years ago. Call the game, how it should be called, and that's it. I will live with the results. "With the remaining 11 seconds for the fourth quarter, Harden attempted to bind the game with three arrows when Draymond Green of the Wars slid beneath him, but no foul had been summoned. Under NBA rules, fouls may be called by defensive players for not giving enough shooters space for a safe landing.
Asked to comment on Harden's complaints, Green said, "I'm not trying to hear that.
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The wars went home with a win of 104-100 and 1-0 in the series.