Warriors' Juan Toscano-Anderson looks forward to guarding James Harden

James Harden scored 29 points on 16 field attempts the last time the Warriors facing the Houston missiles back on February 20. Houston won that game 135-105, and it sounds like Golden State’s Juan Toscano-Anderson was looking forward to the resit. “data-reactid =” 13 “> James Harden scored 29 points on 16 field attempts the last time the Warriors encountered the Houston Rockets again on February 20. Houston won that game 135-105, and it sounds like Juan Toscano-Anderson of Golden State looked forward to the retake.

With the NBA season suspended indefinitely due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, Toscano-Anderson and the Warriors have some free time on their hands. Toscano-Anderson took advantage of it by holding a Q&A on Twitter on Saturday night, after which he was asked which player – teammate or opponent – is most looking forward to playing with or against when the season starts again.

Toscano-Anderson has provided several answers.

“Excited to get our entire team back to full strength,” Toscano-Anderson replied. “I was very excited to guard James Harden.”

Well, you have to appreciate that he is not afraid of a challenge. There may not be a tougher player to guard than Harden in the entire league, but then again, Toscano-Anderson has not definitively established itself as an NBA player this season by taking the easy way out.

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The Warriors and Rockets were scheduled to play for the fourth and last time in Houston this season on April 2. Obviously, that game won’t take place on that day, but whether it’s postponed or canceled, Toscano-Anderson will certainly have more chances to make Hardening more difficult.

Warriors’ Juan Toscano-Anderson looks forward to guarding James Harden originally appeared on NBC Sports Bay Area“data-reactid =” 21 “>Warriors’ Juan Toscano-Anderson looks forward to guarding James Harden originally appeared on NBC Sports Bay Area

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