James Harden already has the second-most triple-doubles in Nets history

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Nick Friar
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Bruce Brown stole the show in the Nets’ return to Barclays Center on Tuesday, scoring 29 points in his first opportunity to play in front of Brooklyn fans as a member of the Nets. But, as surprising as the guard’s numbers were, James Harden was still the one who led the Nets in their 127-118 win over the Sacramento Kings.

The Beard finishing with a ridiculous triple-double line of 29 points, 14 assists and 11 rebounds. In just 19 games as a member of the Nets, Harden already has six triple-doubles. Only one player has logged more triple-doubles in a Nets uniform than Harden — Jason Kidd. The legendary Nets point guard logged 61 triple-doubles over 506 games in a New Jersey uniform. Prior to Tuesday’s win, Harden was tied with Kenny Anderson (304 games) and Shawn Bradley (107) with five triple-doubles as a member of the Nets.

Harden’s 14 assists on Tuesday matches the total he posted against the Kings last time Brooklyn met Sacramento. In his 19 games with the Nets, Harden has logged 10-plus assists 16 times.

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OddsMoney LinePoint SpreadTotal Points
Orlando
+240+6.5O 227.5
Brooklyn
-304-6.5U 227.5