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22-year-old Oklahoma City Thunder guard James Harden has become quite popular for not only his play as the NBA’s top sixth man, but also for his wild beard.
Apparently someone decided to display Harden’s unusual facial hair in decorative pastry fashion with the unusual cake seen above.
That cake is just downright disturbing. It's guaranteed to frighten young children, and maybe even some adults.
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Oklahoma City Thunder's James Harden is playing in the Western Conference Finals, is a member of one of the best teams in the NBA and was named the NBA Sixth Man of the Year so how can it get better for him?
How about an entire cake made in his image?
Well that's exactly what one Thunder fan did (h/t Foot Basket) to show his love for the bearded-one and I got to admit,...
In today's era of crazy cake creations, check out this face cake of Oklahoma City Thunder guard James Harden which could possibly eat your soul.I'm just saying make sure that you cut the beard portion out first:(Courtesy of Los That Sports Blog)
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As far as...
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