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The James Harden trade is done and, my goodness, what a haul it was for the Rockets.
They got four future first-round draft picks between the Nets and a 2022 Bucks first-rounder sent via the Cavaliers. On top of that, they got four pick swaps from the Nets, giving Houston full reign over Brooklyn's draft capital until 2027.
This is the kind of stuff that kicks your rebuild into overdrive. They don't even really need to tank anymore - they have the assets in place to retool their team without truly having to be bad.
Here's a look at all of it in total.
Man. That is a lot. But it's par for the course with how we've seen the cost of star players in trades rising.
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