I’m not saying they don’t care about defense, I’d argue it might not be a focal point.  James Harden has been on an absolute tear this season and his production can be attributed to two huge off-season moves. One, the acquisition of Mike D’Antoni, a head coach who has focused on the offensive side of the ball and the development of high-tempo, high-scoring offenses. And two, along with the move of D’Antoni, we were introduced to #PointHarden, which allowed our bearded assassin to not only be the primary ball-handler in the starting offense but allowed the ASU product to distribute the rock to awaiting shooters. Most basketball fans can recall the pairing of D’Antoni and the Phoenix Suns where his teams were always competing in the Western Conference for championships.  Personally, I think the Suns were a “Robert Horry Hip Check” away from a championship until the NBA handed…