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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.
Did you survive Winter Storm Nemo? Of course you did. Well, while we were in the midst of another over-hyped snowpocalypse, it was another busy Friday night in the NBA with 24 teams in action. Let’s take a look at what happened in a couple of the biggest of those games, including Heat-Clippers and Rockets-Blazers.
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NOT THE BEST TRIP BACK HOME. James Harden’s return to Oklahoma City wasn’t very fun, as the Rockets fell to the Thunder 120-98 at Chesapeake Energy Arena. Despite spending the early parts of this season proving why he was worth his new max contract, his 17 points on 3-16 shooting last night won’t be going in his 2012-13 highlight reel. To add insult to his poor performance, The Beard was blocked seven times (!) by his ex-mates. [TBJ]
James Harden really misses the Oklahoma City Thunder. He had a team there. A life. Friends. And that last one, that’s the one he misses most. Friends. People to high-five when he sinks a free throw. This wasn’t an Andrew Bogut, a ploy for the TV cameras. This was a cry for help. A cry for Serge Ibaka and Kendricks Perkins, the men who used to greet his outstretched hand with warmth and caring. Because he’s lonely. All alone out there in Houston, no white parties or anything. No Kevin Durant to hit clutch shots. Give him a hug if you see him, won’t you? [NESN]
James Harden doesn’t want you to shave. Not like it’ll matter to him, by November 30, his beard will still be better than yours. Anyway, read on be sure to like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter. Now, on to our hairy morning words of wisdom.