James Harden's teammates are getting used to his high-scoring efforts, and they'll gladly take the victories that come along with them.
Though he hasn't put up big numbers in his career against the Sacramento Kings, he's never faced them wearing a Houston Rockets uniform.
Houston looks to earn a seventh victory in its last nine tries by winning a fifth straight game in Sacramento on Sunday night.
Harden, who will play in his first All-Star Game when Houston hosts the festivities next weekend, ranks fifth in the NBA with 26.0 points per game. He scored 36 in a loss to Miami on Wednesday before netting 35 while adding 11 assists in Friday's 118-103 win over Portland.
"(Friday) was one of those (games) where it's just like he makes play after play after play,'' Jeremy Lin said of Harden, who hit 13 of 16 from the field. "Then you look up and you realize, 'Oh, he had a great game.' You kind of take it for granted sometimes.''
The Rockets (28-23) are 12-3 when Harden scores at least...