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The Rockets beat the Heat last night 106-103, partially because they were able to hold LeBron James well under his previous game-high of 61 points. Unfortunately, the Heat lost more than just the game — it appears that their (sometimes, when he’s not injured) starting shooting guard Dwyane “Three” Wade was killed last night by James Harden.
Last night, we saw another prime example of James Harden acting selfishly with the game on the line, and it could be his most embarrassing highlight yet.
No one can deny that James Harden is one of the best players in the league right now — not even James Harden. But perhaps all the attention is getting to Harden’s head a bit — he appears to be clashing with his own teammates on the best way to run the offense, i.e. through James Harden, and it’s way too early in the season for that kind of drama.
More interesting than the beard itself is the evolution of Harden’s shoulders … and does his head get bigger?
James Harden protects all of your most precious files… inside of his beard. [That NBA Lottery Pick]
You may not want to see James Harden’s chest, but you will want to hear how awful his singing voice is.
Baron Davis takes a break from being abducted by aliens to gamble on summer basketball leagues with pro rappers. And you thought your trip to the Cape was exciting! Details after the jump…
This year’s Drew League features James Harden, DeMar DeRozan, Nick “Swaggy P” Young, JaVale McGee and Shanghai Sharks standout Gilbert Arenas.
James Harden played what might have been the best game of his career last night, torching the Thunder for 46 points in a 122-119 win over his former team. One play, though, stood out from the rest – Harden’s shot to end the third quarter. It was from halfcourt, but it was much more than a lucky heave. After the jump, we attempt to properly celebrate the shot.