The rapper Lil B, a mysterious figure that claims to have the power to curse individuals—what up, KD!—is not happy with James Harden performing the so-called “cooking dance” after hitting The post Lil B Threatens to Curse James Harden Over Cooking Dance appeared first on SLAMonline.
Back in 2011, after NBA star Kevin Durant made fun of Lil B on Twitter, Lil B laid “the Based God’s curse” on Durant, saying that Durant would never win an NBA championship. Thus far, it’s held true. Durant has an MVP award but no rings, and his career has been a series of near […]
Houston's James Harden efforts to almost single handily steal Game 2 fall short to Steph Curry and the Warriors.
James Harden and the Houston Rockets have a huge problem on their hands, and it’s not Stephen Curry or Klay Thompson or any member of the Golden State Warriors. It’s Lil B, also known as Brandon McCartney, also known as the Based God. The...Show More Summary
Even with a pair of losses, the Rockets and James Harden have shown that they belong in the conference finals. As the MVP debate wound to its finish, the focus came down to a choice between Stephen Curry and James Harden. The specific arguments were pretty cut and dry. Show More Summary
Jim Ross is always worth a laugh.
James Harden has been doing this chef shimmy — last night, NFL agent Blake Baratz pointed out that it also bears resemblance to (...)
Despite yet another brilliant night from James Harden—38 points on 13-of-21 shooting, 10 rebounds and 9 assists in 41 minutes of work—Stephen Curry and the Golden State Warriors hung on The post Stephen Curry Wins Epic Game 2 Showdown vs James Harden (VIDEO) appeared first on SLAMonline.
James Harden had the ball in his hands with the ability to steal Game 2 for the Houston Rockets. Then Harden lost the ball, and the game, (...)
That and more in Friday's NBA newsletter. Good morning. Let's basketball. SMASH BROTHERS: James Harden had a chance to give Houston the Game 2 victory, down one with the ball and less than 10 seconds. The Rockets didn't call a timeout, Harden probed, reset and... Show More Summary
Even the top two MVP candidates can't always be perfect and that's okay. This series had to be Stephen Curry vs. James Harden. Forget everything else -- basketball is about superstars and they are two of the biggest. The Warriors have...Show More Summary
The Golden Sate Warriors don’t lose. James Harden was reminded of as much in Game 2, where the Warriors coughed up 17 turnovers, a (...)
Houston Rockets star James Harden did everything he could to lead his team to victory in Game 2 of the Western Conference Finals on Thursday night, but in the end, he fell one play short in the 99-98 loss. On the final possession against...Show More Summary
Golden State 99, Houston 98—Final James Harden racked up 38 points, 10 rebounds, nine assists and three steals, but the Houston Rockets fell just shy of the Golden State Warriors during Game 2 of the Western Conference Finals on Thursday...Show More Summary
Following a tightly contested 99-98 loss to the Golden State Warriors on Thursday night, the Houston Rockets are once again left to dig themselves out of another seemingly inescapable hole. A hole that almost wasn't. Trailing by oneShow More Summary
Stephen Curry scored 33 points to turn back another spectacular performance by James Harden in the Warriors' Game 2 win.
The Golden State Warriors survived a stirring James Harden-inspired fightback to take command of the Western Conference Final with a 99-98 Game Two victory over the Houston Rockets on Thursday.
The Golden State Warriors looked to extend their series lead over the Houston Rockets in Game 2 of the Western Conference Finals on Thursday night. The Warriors took home a win in Game 1, but Dwight Howard, James Harden and the Rockets posed a very tough test in Game 2. Show More Summary
Game 2 of the Western Conference Finals once again showcased an individual battle between the two most valuable players in the league. And once again, Stephen Curry helped the Golden State Warriors come out on top. James Harden was outstanding with 38 points, 10 rebounds, nine assists and three steals. Show More Summary