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Renardo Sidney of Fairfax high school in Los Angeles who is 6'10 and listed as the No. 1 recruit on just about every scouting site, shows why he is considered No. 1. He led Artesia high school to a state title along with James Harden who plays at Arizona state his sophomore year and in his Junior, led Fairfax to the quarter finals in the So Cal regionals, and came in second in the La City Championships. Renardo cracked the top 10 in the Slam Fresh 50 for the class of 2009
21 Oct 2008
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It may be the offseason, but things are already heating up for NBA stars Kevin Durant and Dwayne Wade! In a recent interview Kevin said he thinks James Harden should be on Sports Illustrated's Top Ten list instead of Heat star Dwayne Wade! Dwayne took to Instagram to respond to Kevin's diss and things got ugly! The two teams don't face off until January 2014 so we'll have to keep checking social media to see how this one plays out! Check out the entire feud here!
26 Sep 2013
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singer Chris Brown dunking over NBA player James Harden (james is helping him though-to be fair chris did dunk on his own too) lol. Lebron James was supposed to show up to this game and never did this video was filmed by me, cassy athena, and i own the rights. follow me on twitter: *******www.twitter****/cassyathena
10 Mar 2012
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Metta World Peace Elbows James Harden ron artest CREDITS: NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION, I DO NOT OWN ANY COPYRIGHT MATERIAL ALL TIMES! ron artest Metta World Peace Elbows James Harden CREDITS: NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION I DO NOT OWN ANY COPYRIGHT MATERIAL ALL TIMES! Metta World Peace Elbows James Harden CREDITS: NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION I DO NOT OWN ANY COPYRIGHT MATERIAL ALL TIMES! Metta World Peace Elbows James Harden CREDITS: NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION I DO NOT OWN ANY COPYRIGHT MATERIAL ALL TIMES! Metta World Peace Elbows James Harden CREDITS: NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION I DO NOT OWN ANY COPYRIGHT MATERIAL ALL TIMES! Ron Artest(Metta World Peace) elbows james harden after steal and dunk Metta world peace ejected multiple games NBA Basketball Elbows James harden on neck Lakers vs Thunders Metta World Peace gets EJECTED for FLAGRANT FOUL on James Harden! 4.22.12Metta World Peace gets EJECTED for FLAGRANT FOUL on James Harden! 4.22.12Metta World Peace gets EJECTED for FLAGRANT FOUL on James Harden! 4.22.12Metta World Peace gets EJECTED for FLAGRANT FOUL on James Harden! 4.22.12Metta World Peace decks James Harden with elbow!Metta World Peace decks James Harden with elbow!Metta World Peace decks James Harden with elbow! LOS ANGELES — Lakers forward Metta World Peace has been ejected for elbowing Oklahoma City's James Harden in the head. World Peace was ejected for a flagrant foul late in the second quarter Sunday. Personal Post World Peace had just dunked on a fast break and was celebrating his basket while running upcourt when he ran into Harden. While World Peace pounded his chest with his right arm, he threw his left elbow right over Harden's shoulder and into the back of his head. Harden dropped to the court and stayed down for about a minute. Oklahoma City's Serge Ibaka and teammates challenged World Peace, but they were kept apart. Harden went to the locker room, and World Peace went to the Lakers' locker room after officials reviewed video of the blow. ron artest ron artest ron artest ron artest ron artest suspended from multiple games ABCNEWS, ESPN, NBATV
26 Apr 2012
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Metta World Peace Elbows James Harden ron artest CREDITS: NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION, I DO NOT OWN ANY COPYRIGHT MATERIAL ALL TIMES! ron artest Metta World Peace Elbows James Harden CREDITS: NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION I DO NOT OWN ANY COPYRIGHT MATERIAL ALL TIMES! Metta World Peace Elbows James Harden CREDITS: NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION I DO NOT OWN ANY COPYRIGHT MATERIAL ALL TIMES! Metta World Peace Elbows James Harden CREDITS: NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION I DO NOT OWN ANY COPYRIGHT MATERIAL ALL TIMES! Metta World Peace Elbows James Harden CREDITS: NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION I DO NOT OWN ANY COPYRIGHT MATERIAL ALL TIMES! Ron Artest(Metta World Peace) elbows james harden after steal and dunk Metta world peace ejected multiple games NBA Basketball Elbows James harden on neck Lakers vs Thunders Metta World Peace gets EJECTED for FLAGRANT FOUL on James Harden! 4.22.12Metta World Peace gets EJECTED for FLAGRANT FOUL on James Harden! 4.22.12Metta World Peace gets EJECTED for FLAGRANT FOUL on James Harden! 4.22.12Metta World Peace gets EJECTED for FLAGRANT FOUL on James Harden! 4.22.12Metta World Peace decks James Harden with elbow!Metta World Peace decks James Harden with elbow!Metta World Peace decks James Harden with elbow! LOS ANGELES — Lakers forward Metta World Peace has been ejected for elbowing Oklahoma City's James Harden in the head. World Peace was ejected for a flagrant foul late in the second quarter Sunday. Personal Post World Peace had just dunked on a fast break and was celebrating his basket while running upcourt when he ran into Harden. While World Peace pounded his chest with his right arm, he threw his left elbow right over Harden's shoulder and into the back of his head. Harden dropped to the court and stayed down for about a minute. Oklahoma City's Serge Ibaka and teammates challenged World Peace, but they were kept apart. Harden went to the locker room, and World Peace went to the Lakers' locker room after officials reviewed video of the blow. ron artest ron artest ron artest ron artest ron artest suspended from multiple games ABCNEWS, ESPN, NBATV
26 Apr 2012
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Metta World Peace Elbows James Harden ron artest CREDITS: NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION, I DO NOT OWN ANY COPYRIGHT MATERIAL ALL TIMES! ron artest Metta World Peace Elbows James Harden CREDITS: NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION I DO NOT OWN ANY COPYRIGHT MATERIAL ALL TIMES! Metta World Peace Elbows James Harden CREDITS: NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION I DO NOT OWN ANY COPYRIGHT MATERIAL ALL TIMES! Metta World Peace Elbows James Harden CREDITS: NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION I DO NOT OWN ANY COPYRIGHT MATERIAL ALL TIMES! Metta World Peace Elbows James Harden CREDITS: NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION I DO NOT OWN ANY COPYRIGHT MATERIAL ALL TIMES! Ron Artest(Metta World Peace) elbows james harden after steal and dunk Metta world peace ejected multiple games NBA Basketball Elbows James harden on neck Lakers vs Thunders Metta World Peace gets EJECTED for FLAGRANT FOUL on James Harden! 4.22.12Metta World Peace gets EJECTED for FLAGRANT FOUL on James Harden! 4.22.12Metta World Peace gets EJECTED for FLAGRANT FOUL on James Harden! 4.22.12Metta World Peace gets EJECTED for FLAGRANT FOUL on James Harden! 4.22.12Metta World Peace decks James Harden with elbow!Metta World Peace decks James Harden with elbow!Metta World Peace decks James Harden with elbow! LOS ANGELES — Lakers forward Metta World Peace has been ejected for elbowing Oklahoma City's James Harden in the head. World Peace was ejected for a flagrant foul late in the second quarter Sunday. Personal Post World Peace had just dunked on a fast break and was celebrating his basket while running upcourt when he ran into Harden. While World Peace pounded his chest with his right arm, he threw his left elbow right over Harden's shoulder and into the back of his head. Harden dropped to the court and stayed down for about a minute. Oklahoma City's Serge Ibaka and teammates challenged World Peace, but they were kept apart. Harden went to the locker room, and World Peace went to the Lakers' locker room after officials reviewed video of the blow. ron artest ron artest ron artest ron artest ron artest suspended from multiple games ABCNEWS, ESPN, NBATV
26 Apr 2012
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Metta World Peace Elbows James Harden ron artest CREDITS: NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION, I DO NOT OWN ANY COPYRIGHT MATERIAL ALL TIMES! ron artest Metta World Peace Elbows James Harden CREDITS: NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION I DO NOT OWN ANY COPYRIGHT MATERIAL ALL TIMES! Metta World Peace Elbows James Harden CREDITS: NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION I DO NOT OWN ANY COPYRIGHT MATERIAL ALL TIMES! Metta World Peace Elbows James Harden CREDITS: NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION I DO NOT OWN ANY COPYRIGHT MATERIAL ALL TIMES! Metta World Peace Elbows James Harden CREDITS: NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION I DO NOT OWN ANY COPYRIGHT MATERIAL ALL TIMES! Ron Artest(Metta World Peace) elbows james harden after steal and dunk Metta world peace ejected multiple games NBA Basketball Elbows James harden on neck Lakers vs Thunders Metta World Peace gets EJECTED for FLAGRANT FOUL on James Harden! 4.22.12Metta World Peace gets EJECTED for FLAGRANT FOUL on James Harden! 4.22.12Metta World Peace gets EJECTED for FLAGRANT FOUL on James Harden! 4.22.12Metta World Peace gets EJECTED for FLAGRANT FOUL on James Harden! 4.22.12Metta World Peace decks James Harden with elbow!Metta World Peace decks James Harden with elbow!Metta World Peace decks James Harden with elbow! LOS ANGELES — Lakers forward Metta World Peace has been ejected for elbowing Oklahoma City's James Harden in the head. World Peace was ejected for a flagrant foul late in the second quarter Sunday. Personal Post World Peace had just dunked on a fast break and was celebrating his basket while running upcourt when he ran into Harden. While World Peace pounded his chest with his right arm, he threw his left elbow right over Harden's shoulder and into the back of his head. Harden dropped to the court and stayed down for about a minute. Oklahoma City's Serge Ibaka and teammates challenged World Peace, but they were kept apart. Harden went to the locker room, and World Peace went to the Lakers' locker room after officials reviewed video of the blow. ron artest ron artest ron artest ron artest ron artest suspended from multiple games ABCNEWS, ESPN, NBATV
26 Apr 2012
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Metta World Peace Elbows James Harden ron artest CREDITS: NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION, I DO NOT OWN ANY COPYRIGHT MATERIAL ALL TIMES! ron artest Metta World Peace Elbows James Harden CREDITS: NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION I DO NOT OWN ANY COPYRIGHT MATERIAL ALL TIMES! Metta World Peace Elbows James Harden CREDITS: NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION I DO NOT OWN ANY COPYRIGHT MATERIAL ALL TIMES! Metta World Peace Elbows James Harden CREDITS: NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION I DO NOT OWN ANY COPYRIGHT MATERIAL ALL TIMES! Metta World Peace Elbows James Harden CREDITS: NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION I DO NOT OWN ANY COPYRIGHT MATERIAL ALL TIMES! Ron Artest(Metta World Peace) elbows james harden after steal and dunk Metta world peace ejected multiple games NBA Basketball Elbows James harden on neck Lakers vs Thunders Metta World Peace gets EJECTED for FLAGRANT FOUL on James Harden! 4.22.12Metta World Peace gets EJECTED for FLAGRANT FOUL on James Harden! 4.22.12Metta World Peace gets EJECTED for FLAGRANT FOUL on James Harden! 4.22.12Metta World Peace gets EJECTED for FLAGRANT FOUL on James Harden! 4.22.12Metta World Peace decks James Harden with elbow!Metta World Peace decks James Harden with elbow!Metta World Peace decks James Harden with elbow! LOS ANGELES — Lakers forward Metta World Peace has been ejected for elbowing Oklahoma City's James Harden in the head. World Peace was ejected for a flagrant foul late in the second quarter Sunday. Personal Post World Peace had just dunked on a fast break and was celebrating his basket while running upcourt when he ran into Harden. While World Peace pounded his chest with his right arm, he threw his left elbow right over Harden's shoulder and into the back of his head. Harden dropped to the court and stayed down for about a minute. Oklahoma City's Serge Ibaka and teammates challenged World Peace, but they were kept apart. Harden went to the locker room, and World Peace went to the Lakers' locker room after officials reviewed video of the blow. ron artest ron artest ron artest ron artest ron artest suspended from multiple games ABCNEWS, ESPN, NBATV
26 Apr 2012
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Forget take your kid to work day -- today is Take a Supermodel to Work Day. Watch what happens when Sports Illustrated swimsuit cover model and member of Skullcandy Supermodel Crew, Kate Upton, goes to work with NBA superstars, and members of the Skullcandy NBA Crew, Kevin Durant and James Harden of the Oklahoma City Thunder. KD and James aren't the only lucky ones. Check back to find out who gets to take the rest of the Skullcandy Supermodel Crew to work with them... *******www.skullcandy****/revolution/nba-crew *******www.facebook****/Skullcandy *******twitter****/skullcandy
4 May 2012
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*******www.clutchfans**** James Harden, in his Houston Rockets debut since being traded from the Oklahoma City Thunder, scores 37 points on 14-25 shooting, dishes 12 assists, grabs 5 boards and picks 4 steals against the Detroit Pistons on 10/31/2012. ------------------------ James Harden agreed to a big new contract extension -- and he certainly looked worth it in his first game with the Houston Rockets. Harden had 37 points and 12 assists in a stirring debut for his new team, and Carlos Delfino made four 3-pointers in the fourth quarter to lift the Rockets to a 105-96 victory over the Detroit Pistons on Wednesday night. Detroit led 83-72 early in the fourth, but Harden and Delfino brought the Rockets back. Houston acquired Harden on Saturday night in a trade with Oklahoma City and agreed Wednesday on a five-year, $80 million contract extension with him. "I think I just wanted to get out there and play," Harden said. "All the talking and all the craziness that has been happening this last week -- I just wanted to go out there and play basketball." The reigning Sixth Man of the Year fell just short of his career high of 40 points, and his 12 assists were a career best. Not bad for a guy still adjusting to new teammates and a new situation. Harden started only seven games in three seasons in Oklahoma City, as he developed into an indispensable reserve. But he was in the starting lineup Wednesday and looked ready to play a bigger role with Houston. "I just tried to score and create opportunities," Harden said. "Carlos Delfino came in hot. I just tried to get my bigs involved. A lot of different guys stepped up, and I think that's how it's going to be throughout this entire season." Jeremy Lin, Houston's other big acquisition, had 12 points and eight assists. The Rockets won without Patrick Patterson, who was out with a left quad strain. Brandon Knight led Detroit with 15 points. With Houston down 11 points, Harden started the comeback with a 3-pointer, and Greg Smith followed with a dunk. Detroit led only 85-83 after consecutive 3-pointers by Delfino, then a layup by Chandler Parsons tied it. Smith dunked to put the Rockets ahead 89-87, and he dunked again to make it a four-point game before hobbling off with what he later said was a minor left foot injury. By then, Houston was already taking control of the game behind its two new playmakers, Harden and Lin. "They're very smart players. You've got to give credit to them," Smith said. "They know what they're doing on the court. They're very intelligent." A dunk by Detroit's Jonas Jerebko cut the lead to two, but Delfino made two more 3-pointers to make it 97-89. Harden pretty much put the game away with a three-point play with 1:27 remaining that put Houston ahead 104-94. "They keep it so simple as far as just spreading it out and letting him create," Detroit's Rodney Stuckey said. "Pick and rolls, that's pretty much what got us. They did a good job of spreading us out. He was getting in the lane, making shots and finding his teammates and they were making shots, too." Attendance was announced at 16,646 at the Palace, and there were plenty of empty seats on Halloween. The fans who did turn out saw an entertaining performance by the Pistons that ultimately fell short. Harden scored 19 points in the first half, but Detroit led 58-55 after a 36-point second quarter. "I thought it was a challenge for James to kind of figure out what we were doing," Rockets coach Kevin McHale said. "We put some plays in that he was comfortable with that they ran at Oklahoma City." The Rockets led 65-58 after Harden's two-handed dunk off a nice one-handed bounce pass from Lin. The Pistons looked terrific for the rest of the quarter. They scored 13 straight points -- including consecutive dunks by Greg Monroe and Jason Maxiell -- to take a 71-65 lead. A 3-pointer by Harden cut the deficit to two, but Detroit ran off another eight straight points and led 79-69 following a basket by Kyle Singler. It was 81-72 after three quarters. Game notes Detroit's Corey Maggette was out with a left calf strain. ... There was a brief delay near the end of the second quarter when what looked like steam began coming out of a generator behind one of the baskets. ... Stuckey went 1 for 10 from the field. ... Pistons owner Tom Gores was noncommittal when asked about the possibility of the team someday playing in downtown Detroit. "You don't want to leave and say, `Nice to see you, the Palace.' I don't think you want to do that," Gores said. "If the future is downtown and that's what we have to do to grow, I'm not against that."
5 Jan 2013
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February and March at Foot Locker make up the Hottest Event of the Year. James Harden and his crew know that Foot Locker is bringing new heat everyday. Not everyone got the message, so they could be banished to Kris Humphries' entourage, just like Maurice. Get to Foot Locker, so you don't get banished. #Approved footlocker
2 Feb 2013
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Kobe Bryant (Lakers) Vs James Harden Thunder at the Drew Summer. Digital Dreams Video *******digitaldreamsvideo**** The Song is "Living" by Traklayermusic twitter****/Edub4 *******www.CatchABar****
24 Mar 2013
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Check out some of the top highlights from first half of the season action from the Nike Real Run. So far this year many NBA players have graced the floor at Inglewood High School featuring: JR Smith, James Harden, Josh Smith, DeMar DeRozan, Ryan Hollins, Dorell Wright, Pooh Jeter, Marcus Williams, Kenneth Faried, Bobby Brown and many more!
18 Apr 2013
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Houston Rockets James Harden trash talk with Miami Heat guard Ray Allen
5 Jun 2013
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What does it take to become a superstar? What does it take to make it to the NBA? This is real motivation! Watch & listen to LeBron and Chris Paul school a young Stephen Curry and James Harden on what it takes to be successful. For more LeBron stuff, check out the official Team LeBron fanpage on twitter****/lebronjamescom or at lebronjames****
21 Jun 2013
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James Harden finally beat his former team on Wednesday night. It took the best game of his career to get it done. Harden scored a career-high 46 points and Jeremy Lin added 29 as the Houston Rockets mounted a furious fourth-quarter comeback for a 122-119 victory over the Oklahoma City Thunder. "I just told the guys on the court that we've got to do whatever it takes, we've got to get some stops together and make some shots," Harden said. "It's not going to be easy, they're a very good team. But we got some stops at the right time and guys made good shots." Houston was down by 14 points with about seven minutes left. The Rockets used a 21-4 run to erase the deficit and take a 114-111 lead with 1:46 remaining. Harden stepped back under heavy pressure from Serge Ibaka to sink a 3 to tie it, before Lin connected on one seconds later to give the Rockets their first lead of the second half. Harden, traded from Oklahoma City to Houston before the season, made a bucket before Ibaka made two free throws. Then came another 3 by Lin to extend the lead to 119-113. A 3-pointer by Russell Westbrook got Oklahoma City within three points, but Lin made one of two free throws to secure the win. It was Houston's first win this season over the Thunder, who won both previous meetings, including a 30-point win in the last matchup. The loss extended Oklahoma City's skid to three games. "He's a phenomenal offensive force," Houston coach Kevin McHale said of Harden. "He can drive it. He's got the ability to shoot it ... to beat you off the bounce. I think he's almost unguardable off the catch." Kevin Durant summed up the fourth quarter succinctly. "They got hot, we got cold," Durant said. "They played defense, we didn't." Thabo Sefolosha led the Thunder with 28 points and had six 3-pointers, both career highs. His previous career high was 22, which he reached twice, most recently in 2008. Westbrook also scored 28 points and added 10 rebounds and eight assists. Kevin Durant had 16 points, 12 rebounds and 11 assists for his second career triple-double. Harden had struggled in the two previous games against his former team. He averaged 21 points in those games, but went only 9 for 33 from the field and made just four 3-pointers. On Wednesday, Harden was 11 of 12 from the free-throw line, made a career-best seven 3-pointers, had eight rebounds and six assists. "He hit some tough shots," Durant said. "That's what great players do. He rode them to victory. He passed the ball well, he shot the ball well." Thunder coach Scott Brooks didn't want to make too much out of Harden beating his former team. "He wanted to win the game, just like we wanted to beat him and their team," Brooks said. "It was about us against them, not James against us or us against James." Lin grabbed a steal from Westbrook and dished to Harden, who made a shot from beyond halfcourt at the third-quarter buzzer to cut Oklahoma City's lead to 92-87 entering the fourth. The Thunder then extended the lead to 107-93 after Kevin Martin and Sefolosha hit back-to-back 3-pointers before Houston rallied. Lin raved about Harden's performance. "If he is not up for MVP consideration, I don't know what else he needs to do," Lin said. "He made every single big play down the stretch, and even the shots that I was able to have, they were created because of him." Oklahoma City was up by seven points midway through the third quarter when Chandler Parsons scored six points in less than a minute to get Houston within 73-72. He made a pair of free throws before adding consecutive dunks. On the first one, Carlos Delfino stole the ball from Durant and passed to Parsons for the dunk. Lin stepped in front of a pass from Ibaka a few seconds later and found Parsons alone for the two-handed slam. Oklahoma City was up by eight points with about 1 1/2 minutes left in the first half when Lin was given a technical for arguing a call. Durant made the free throw on the technical to put Oklahoma City's lead at 60-51. Harden took over after that, scoring all of Houston's points in a 6-2 run to end the quarter and cut the lead to 62-57 at halftime. Harden made four 3-pointers early to help Houston build a 34-22 lead in the first quarter. Oklahoma City scored seven straight points after that, before Harden added a pair of free throws to lead the Rockets up 36-29 at the end of the first quarter. "I hadn't made four 3s all season in one game," Harden said. "I took some extra shots last night, that kind of helped me out with my confidence a little bit, just to get it going early -- not trying to force it, but get my teammates involved and everything else was going to open up." Parsons was helped off the court and into the locker room after twisting his right ankle near the end of the third quarter. He returned with about 6 1/2 minutes left in the game.
7 Aug 2013
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