Monday, October 25 2021

Nets guard James Harden and his nonprofit organization, 3 The Harden Way Foundation, hosted a charity softball event this weekend in Houston. KPRC2 Reporter, Ari Alexander, spoke to the 32-year-old while attending the event regarding the Brooklyn Nets next season. Specifically, what to expect for next season. Here was Harden’s response:

“Healthy James Harden. It’s scary. Scary Hours.”

The Beard is no stranger to foreshadowing this phenomenon of Scary Hours with the Nets. In fact, he was the one who started this phrase for Brooklyn. Rightfully so, things can get scary when the Nets are fully healthy. They just have to reach that feat because they failed to last season. Keep in mind though, despite battling through injuries, they took the reigning NBA Champions to seven games.

Source: Yahoo Sports

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