Mavericks analyst goes viral for brutal James Harden roast

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The Dallas Mavericks absolutely dominated the LA Clippers on Friday night.

Dallas was coming off a loss, and they defeated the Clippers 144-126. Luka Doncic led the way for Dallas, as he finished with 44 points, six rebounds, and six assists while shooting 17-21 from the field.

He continues to put up historic numbers from 3-point range, and Doncic's massive improvement in this area has helped take Dallas to new heights. Dallas is now sitting at 7-2 and is in second place in the Western Conference, only trailing the Denver Nuggets.

Mavericks analyst goes viral for brutal James Harden roast

Mavs center Dereck Lively II also had a solid game and continues to prove that he is vital to Dallas' success. Kyrie Irving put on a show as well, scoring 27 points.

Before Dallas dominated the Clippers, Mavericks analyst Brian Dameris threw the ultimate roast at new Clippers guard James Harden.

"Hey James [Harden], you're the problem," Dameris exclaimed. "If this doesn't work this year in this system with this team, then you're going to go and point fingers at everybody else, and you're going to go back home and start swiping right for another team and there's not going to be anyone else. Because James, you're not the beard, you're not the system, you're the problem."

Dameris ended his rant by dropping the microphone.

He didn't tell a single lie during this segment in which he ranted about Harden, and the Mavs should be thankful that they've never had to deal with him. Harden has demanded a trade from almost every team that he has been on, and he never seems satisfied with his role.

Regardless of how great of a scorer Harden is, he is an awful locker-room guy. He is not a team-first player, and everything always seems to be centered on him. Basketball doesn't come first for Harden, and he would be a horrendous fit for the Mavericks' culture.

The Clippers have lost every game that Harden has played in so far, and the Mavs held him to 14 points in Friday night's game.

Dallas' next game against James Harden and the LA Clippers is on November 25.

For all the latest on Luka Doncic and the Dallas Mavericks, stay tuned.