NBA's top 5 player performances for February 4

The Rockets' James Harden continues to put up lots of points on a nightly basis. [Image via ESPN/YouTube]
The Rockets' James Harden continues to put up lots of points on a nightly basis. [Image via ESPN/YouTube]

These five players gave standout performances on the hardwood on Monday night.

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The NBA brought back a fuller slate of games for February 4 and several players stepped it up with impressive performances. That included a few NBA MVP candidates, as well as some unsung heroes stepping up in the absence of injured stars on their team.

1

James Harden - Houston Rockets

Some people might get sick of seeing Harden dominate NBA stat headlines, but he keeps on doing so. On Monday, it was a 44-point performance along with eight rebounds, six assists, three steals, and a block in a 118-110 win at Phoenix.

2

Giannis Antetokounmpo - Milwaukee Bucks

It was another near triple-double by the Greek Freak on Monday. Giannis posted 30 points, 15 rebounds, and nine assists in a 113-94 win at Brooklyn. In a few days, he'll select his 2019 NBA All-Star team.

3

Andre Drummond - Detroit Pistons

Andre Drummond continues with his strong double-double performances. The latest was a 27 points and 12 rebounds effort. That helped Detroit pick up the 129-103 victory over the Denver Nuggets.

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