Ranking Dwight Howard-James Harden Among NBA's Best 1-2 Combos

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Ranking Dwight Howard-James Harden Among NBA's Best 1-2 Combos
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NBA teams are allowed 15 players on their rosters, but over the course of a competitive regular season that then extends into the abidingly grueling playoffs, one or two players per team rise above the rest and lead their team on.

Even in defeat, a team is defined by the best it has to offer. Rotation players aren't judged negatively for failing to show up—it's the roster's top-tier talent that's perpetually blamed for failing to make said rotation player's life easier. 

The most successful teams usually have two players who're not just elite on their own, but able to work well with each other to create a whole more powerful than their individual skill sets.  

Heading into 2014, here's how James Harden and Dwight Howard stack up against the league's top six duos, superstar mergers that could potentially result in a championship. 

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