Dwightmare: The Sequel coming to an off-season near you! Does $100+ million and the allure of L.A. really not enough for Dwight Howard? Maybe he really does care about winning more than entertaining if he is interested in joining either the Rockets and/or the Mavs. When Kobe, Gasol, and Nash are healthy, the Lakers would still be a contender but how can you not be intrigued by the Rockets with Harden, Lin, Asik and Parsons or a Dallas team with Nowitzki and the prospect of Chris Paul joining you?
Jeremy Lin needs to check the contacts on his phone before he makes a phone call.
The beard is heading to Houston! Rather than bite the salary cap bullet for the next couple of years for a chance to go the NBA Finals multiple times, the Oklahoma City Thunder trade reigning Sixth Man of the Year James Harden, Cole Aldrich, Lazar Hayward and Daequan Cook to the Houston Rockets for Kevin Martin, Jeremy Lamb, and future draft picks.
You gotta give Sam Presti and the Thunder front office credit for having the balls to trade a fan favorite and a cornerstone of the second unit. The Rockets are expected to offer James Harden the max contract that he has been seeking. Only time will tell if this trade works out for the Thunder.
Bill Simmons is right on the money (pun intended) again. It’s a great read and you should check it out here.
Hanging out poolside can be a fun and refreshing thing. But what if you got your clothes and shoes wet? It could ruin your day.
Miami Heat’s Chris Bosh see’s how the OKC Thunders’ Russell Westbrook, James Harden, and the Minnesota Timberwolves’ Kevin Love stays cool by the pool without getting your clothes wet in this Foot Locker Yacht Commercial.
Don’t you hate it when food stains your nice clothes? Well James Harden comes prepared!
This is a funny Foot Locker Tear Away commercial featuring Russell Westbrook and James Harden from the Oklahoma City Thunder.
I think Lebron James is still drunk from all the champagne that he drunk from that NBA Finals run with the Miami Heat.
The 2012 team may be a bit more versatile and younger than the players that played on the 1992 Dream Team but make no mistake that the Dream Team would still easily win. The 2012 Olympic Mens Basketball team lacks in team play and is still too egotistical (except for Kevin Durant and James Harden who put the team above themselves) to accept deferring to the right player when in the right game play situation.
Too bad we’ll never get the chance to see these two teams play. But if it ever was possible for them to play, Nelson Laut would say that final score would be Dream Team wins agains the 2012 U.S. Mens Basketball Team 125 - 103.
I know i’m late to the party on this but did Ron Artest (I know he’s legally name Metta World Peace but he’s an ass so i’m calling him Ron Artest) really just critique James Harden’s style of play (link here)? Really “No Brain All Beard”? Then you must be “No Brain All Elbow” Ron Artest.