I understand it is not a perfect representation, but it is a far more adequate and accurate…
Charles Tyler

He means it as an entire season. Not just a few minutes a game. Sure when Harden sits, the numbers look fine. But if you took Harden completely from that season, where do they fair? Plus, LeBron and Kawhi have better supporting casts than Harden or Westbrook so those split numbers look worse. So his first question is correct. Westbrook and Harden win question one because they truly are the only superstars one their teams.