Found February 20, 2013 on That NBA Lottery Pick:

We here at That NBA Lottery Pick love long-distance shots and Houston Rockets guard James Harden supplied us with one against the Oklahoma City Thunder only a few moments ago.After Houston stole the ball from OKC's Russell Westbrook, Harden got the ball and launched a shot from midcourt at the Toyota Center.The beard strikes again!

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