It appears James Harden is on the verge of getting a one-way ticket outta Houston … ’cause Rockets head coach Stephen Silas told the NBA superstar to stay home after ripping the team in a post-game interview.
31-year-old Harden unleashed on the Rockets after their 117-100 loss to the Lakers on Tuesday night … saying, “we’re just not good enough” and claiming the situation is beyond repair.
In wake of Harden’s comments, a clearly fed up Silas explained why The Beard was absent from practice Wednesday.
“We felt that it was best for the group and best for James not to come to practice,” Silas said.
Harden’s teammate, John Wall, spoke out about #13’s reaction to the team’s 3-6 start … saying, “It’s only been nine games. Come on, man, you want to jump off the cliff after nine games?”
“When you have certain guys in the mix that don’t want to buy in all as one, it’s going to be hard to do anything special, to do anything good as a basketball team.”