James Harden described the Brooklyn Nets' 136-125 win over the Sacramento Kings as "the vision" for how he saw the Nets could play.
"This was the vision right here -- this game itself. From top to bottom, no matter when your number is called, you've got to be ready to come in and contribute, no matter what it takes. I think each individual guy has that mindset, and that's a championship-caliber team already," said Harden.
Harden finished the game with 29 points, 13 rebounds, and 14 assists, his fifth triple-double since joining the Nets.
The Nets also hit a franchise record 27 3-pointers, two shy of the all-time record.
Harden then complimented Kyrie Irving, who scored 40 points.
"It's a movie. It's like a show. Sometimes, I forget I'm on the court. He makes them look so effortless. It's one of the reasons why I'm here."