Sport NBA World Shocked By James Harden On Saturday Night
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Over a year ago, it seemed as if a rivalry was developing between Giannis Antetokounmpo and James Harden. Harden took his feud with Antetokounmpo to the next level when he subtly called him out in an interview with ESPN’s Rachel Nichols. “I wish I could just be 7 feet and run and dunk. That takes […] The post Giannis Shares Honest Admission On James Harden Relationship appeared first on The Spun.
It’s not very often that you see an NBA home crowd boo its own superstar at home, but that’s what happened in Brooklyn on Saturday night.
The Nets lost to the Phoenix Suns, 113-107, on Saturday evening. The Suns won their 16th game in a row, taking down the Nets on the road.
It was a rough night for James Harden.
Harden, who’s had an up-and-down season so far in Brooklyn, struggled with turnovers. He finished the game with 7 turnovers and 12 points on 4 of 15 shooting.
Nets fans start booing Harden after this turnover. ????
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These talks are nowhere near close to happening.Of course they do. I want to be writing this story while sitting on a beach in Fiji. Wanting something does not make it real, and Harden has not sounded like a guy who wants to leave Brooklyn.
— Hoop Central (@TheHoopCentral)
NBA fans took to social media to react.
“KD left Steph for this LMFAOOOO,” one fan wrote.
“He’s being asked to do too much. KD needs to step up and lead the team,” another fan wrote on Twitter.
“Philly would never boo their own players,” one fan joked on Twitter.
“Watching James Harden turn into Druski with handles in real time is wild as hell,” another fan wrote on social media.
It’s a very bizarre scene, that’s for sure.
Nets fans booed after James Harden's 7th turnover of the night.
— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter)
The Nets dropped to 14-6 with the loss on Saturday night. They’ll need Harden to regain his All-NBA form if they’re going to make a serious run at a championship.
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James has openly expressed his interest in eventually owning an NBA team. “Yeah, I’ve always said that,” he said this past March, per ESPN. “My goal is to own a team, own an NBA team. I got so much to give to the game. I know what it takes to win at this level. I know talent. I also know how to run a business, as well. And so, that is my goal. My goal is to own an NBA franchise, and it will be sooner than later.”The former MVP’s ambitions might extend well beyond the hardwood as well. A few years ago, we heard that James also wants to buy a team in this sport.