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James Harden is ready to sacrifice his style of play to win a championship, according to Los Angeles Clippers' president of basketball operations Lawrence Frank.
'He wants to be part of something bigger than himself,' Frank said. 'He's had all the individual awards. He's about doing something really special.'
'James Harden should have been an All-Star last year,' Frank continued. 'But he's a 10-time All-Star. He has an elite skill set, and all he cares about is one thing: he wants to win a championship for the LA Clippers.'
Harden is now surrounded by a different star-studded lineup of Kawhi Leonard, Paul George, and Russell Westbrook.
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Harden arrived in LA this week after a long-running standoff with the Philadelphia 76ers
Westbrook and Harden have been teammates with three teams: the Clippers, Thunder and Houston Rockets.
Los Angeles' star-heavy roster is similar to Oklahoma City, who also had Kevin Durant at the time.