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Only a season ago, Houston Rockets star James Harden was coming off the bench for the Oklahoma City Thunder. So it probably felt like a little bit of deja vu as his Rockets take on the Thunder in the first round of the Western Conference playoffs. In the third quarter of game two, Harden was pitted against Oklahoma City’s Thabo Sefalosha and blew by him for an easy one-handed slam dunk: *** James Harden throws down major slam dunk [Bleacher Report]
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