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Watch as this collective of caucasian dudes acccompanied by one chick sing a parody of Maroon 5's "Moves Like Jagger" in tribute to the rug that covers the face of the newly crowned 2011-2012 NBA 6th Man of the Year. Harden's God-Like beard has such a following that his college, Arizona State, honored his facial hair when the Sun Devils hosted James Harden Beard Night at the game vs. New Mexico on November 18, 2011. Harden played for ASU for two seasons (2007-08 and 2008-09) where he sported this beard, and "Fear the Beard" signs and T-Shirts started popping up in Tempe back when Brian Wilson still looked like this.
Harden received 115 of 119 1st place votes for 6th Man of the Year.
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Metta World Peace says he won't shake James Harden's hand during the Lakers-Thunder series despite the fact that he elbowed him because he doesn't shake substitute's hands.
Here is a a creative and funny music video called "Beard Like Harden" that is dedicated to James Harden. The Oklahoma City Thunder fans made a parody of Maroon 5's hit song "Moves Like Jagger" for this song. The Thunder are awaiting the winner of the Nuggets vs. Lakers series in the NBA playoffs.
Oklahoma City Thunder third year guard James Harden will be named the 2011-2012 Sixth Man of the Year on Thursday. Final voting results have yet to be released but Harden is expected to win the honor by a large margin over other strong candidates Lou Williams from the Sixers and Mavs guard Jason Terry. Harden [...]
Metta World Peace has no interest in extending a hand to James Harden when the Lakers open their Western Conference semifinals series against the Thunder.
A long memory isn't required to figure out why Metta World Peace became a main story line for the Western Conference semifinals.
He was hit with a seven-game suspension for elbowing Oklahoma City guard James Harden in the head three weeks ago. The Lakers begin the semifinals Monday at the home of the Thunder.
"It'll be ironic. I assume that the fans won't love...
Metta World Peace made his return from a seven-game suspension in front of a home crowd eager for him to help the Los Angeles Lakers survive a first-round playoff scare and advance with a thrilling Game 7 victory.
His next stop doesn't figure to be nearly so friendly.
The Lakers start the Western Conference semifinals Monday night at Oklahoma City in the teams' first meeting...