James Harden current contract will end in 2023.After being selected by the Oklahoma City Thunder with the third pick in the first round of the 2009 NBA Draft, James Harden quickly grew into one of the top guards in the league. 2020/2021 season, James Harden left the Houston Rockets, where he played for eight seasons, for the Brooklyn Nets, signing a contract that expires in 2023. He signed a contract with the team that expires in 2023. This season, he will earn a total of $47.37 million with the Brooklyn Nets.
But despite being named to the NBA All-Star team nine times in his career, James Harden was never able to win an NBA championship ring of his own. So after eight seasons of struggling with the Houston Rockets and only reaching the Western Conference Finals at best, James Harden set his sights on the Nets, who were in the Eastern Conference and aspiring to win an NBA championship, in an attempt to make his NBA championship dreams come true by switching tracks. The Brooklyn Nets also brought in strong players such as Kevin Durant to lure Harden to stay.
With the help of James Harden, who is averaging 22.5 points, 8 rebounds and 10.2 assists per game this season, the Brooklyn Nets are currently in 6th place in the Eastern Conference with 29 wins and 22 losses, and are in position to make the playoffs this season. After being eliminated in the Eastern Conference Semifinals by the eventual champion Milwaukee Bucks last season, James Harden and the Brooklyn Nets are naturally looking to take things a step further this season.