Harden's 30-point streak ends at 32 games

James Harden's scoring streak finally came to an end in the NBA on Monday.

The Houston Rockets star entered the matchup against the Atlanta Hawks having scored 30 or more points in 32 consecutive games.

However, it ended when he tallied 28 points in Houston's 119-111 win at the Toyota Center.

Harden is now behind Wilt Chamberlain, who holds the record at 65 straight games.

Harden connected on seven of his 21 shots in the win over Atlanta and missed all 10 of his three-point attempts. He also tallied five rebounds and four assists.

The Rockets improved to 35-25 with the victory. 

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