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When leading a 1-on-5 fast break, conventional wisdom would tell most players to pull up and wait for teammates to catch up. Most players are not James Harden though. Midway through the fourth quarter of Saturday’s game against the Philadelphia 76ers, Harden went coast-to-coast by himself, first putting Jrue Holiday and Thaddeus Young on skates, before scoring over Jason Richardson. To top off the play, Harden managed to elicit a technical foul from center Spencer Hawes. Dorrell Wright, the lone Sixer who wasn’t embarrassed by Harden’s drive, could only watch in disbelief. However, the Sixers got the last laugh, beating the Rockets 107-100. [clutchfansDOTnet] Article found on: Cosby Sweaters
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