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The Last Angry Fan:
Houston Rockets guard James Harden’s beard is a thing of wonder, and this GIF of the evolution of Harden’s beard—from it’s humble beginnings to the tremendous mane of facial hair overgrowth it is today—is nothing short of outstanding…
When it’s all said and done, and Harden has called it a career, here’s hoping the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame has a special wing reserved strictly for that glorious beard. Even if Harden doesn’t deserve to be there, his beard certainly does.
[Eye on Basketball]
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