Found June 06, 2012 on
San Antonio Spurs fans show their team pride in many ways. Whether it be decorating their front yards with Spurs paraphernalia, downtown skyscrapers adorned with Spurs signs or hotels along San Antonio's famed Riverwalk leaving room lights to spell out the team chant of "Go Spurs Go." Even some Spurs fans shaved their favorite player's face in their hair.
But Oklahoma City is showing their support of the Thunder by putting James Harden's beard across their office buildings.
Check out this very creative idea of putting a mock-up of Harden's beard across a building in OKC (h/t Sir Charles in Charge).
OK Spurs fans, seems Thunder fans upped the ante on showing their team pride. The Spurs are down 2-3 in the Western Conference Finals series so what are you doing to show your Spurs pride heading into tonight's pivotal Game 6 in OKC?
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James Harden has become known for his beard as much as his game, and Oklahoma City has taken to his facial hair, even putting it on a building.
James Harden may be a sixth man, but he is by no means a forgotten part of Oklahoma City’s fantastic season. On almost any other roster, Harden would be a starter. He has hit clutch shot after clutch shot all season for the Thunder — most recently when he buried a dagger down the stretch in Game 5 to put the Spurs away and turn the momentum of the Western Conference finals....
I was sitting with @VerizonAl at a Cavaliers game a few months ago when we first started talking about this James Harden to Cleveland idea. Harden will be a Restricted Free Agent after this upcoming season, and he will obviously command major dollars. The Thunder will not be able to pay Kevin Durant, Russell Westbrook, Serge Ibaka, AND James Harden when both Ibaka and Harden'...
“Harden-mania” is running wild in Oklahoma City.
In the business world you have to go above and beyond to set your company apart from the rest, and what better way to separate yourself from the competition than by adorning the building where your business is located with a ginormous beard and mohawk to honor James Harden, Oklahoma City Thunder shooting guard, 2011-12 Kia NBA...
An Oklahoma City store has given the front of its building the James Harden treatment with a full beard and mohawk.
Ketch Design Centre on N. Western Avenue, which sells windown and wall coverings, is showing off some of its work and taking advantage of the Thunder's playoff run in creative fashion. And now, with the Thunder winning the NBA Western Conference title Wednesday...
Congratulations Oklahoma City Thunder, you are in the NBA playoffs for the first time since moving from Seattle. You now have the chance to capture an NBA title.
It is a well-deserved march to the NBA Finals, thanks in large part to the play of James Harden.
The reigning Sixth Man of the Year made some clutch shots versus the Spurs in the Western Conference Finals, and steadied...
Usually if I'm talking about someone in their 3rd year as a professional and calling them the best ever at something it's probably a joke. Not in this case though. I seriously think this guy should come off the bench for the rest of his career. He still gets great minutes and puts up big points. No reason for him to ever change from the 6th man role. And honestly...
In my haste to get caught up on the things that I loved and hated most about the NBA Playoffs so far – Rajon Rondo and Joey Crawford, respectively – I almost forgot my absolute biggest new sports man crush, James Harden. If the Oklahoma City Thunder don’t win it all this season, they better damn well get it done next season, because after that they’re probably going to...
SAN ANTONIO – Game 5 of the Western Conference finals was a battle of the sixth man and the Oklahoma City Thunder’s James Harden won.
The stats sheet will show that the Spurs Manu Ginobili scored 34 points and that Harden scored 20. The difference between the two..
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Here's the dagger stepback three that James Harden hit with under 30 seconds to go in game five of the Western Conference Finals:It's going to be freaking bonkers in OKC for game six.Thigh Five: Eye On Basketballa2a_linkname=document.title;a2a_linkurl=location.href;Get The Latest Thigh Updates By Following Us On Twitter.
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Watching the playoffs, dreaming of future free agents- “Heading into the 2013/14 season, the Thunder will be paying Kevin Durant $18.8M. Russell Westbrook just signed a...
It seems like everywhere I turn, whether it's on Twitter, or other national sites like Johnny Ludden's column regarding the Spurs-Thunder series, the general consensus is that the Thunder won't be able to keep James Harden and Serge Ibaka.
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Who would have thought that after losing the first two games that the Oklahoma City Thunder would be beat the San Antonio Spurs three games straight? That is exactly what happened with the Thunder’s 108 to 103 victory in game 5 at San Antonio. Now, the Thunder have a chance to close out the Spurs in game 6 at Oklahoma City. The Thunder are unbeatable at home this...