Here Was James Harden's Goodbye To Houston
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Here was James Harden's goodbye to Houston...

What can I write? What words can convey all the ways I feel. Houston you welcomed me with no guarantees. Took a leap of faith and it changed my life and the lives of my family forever. This organization, this city has given me everything I could ask for and more. Before the scoring titles long before MVP you believed. For that I am forever indebted. The city opened its arms and welcomed me and my family as one of its own and for that I am forever indebted. I gave my mind body and soul in hopes of bringing the glory to the city. I fell short and for that I am forever indebted. It’s far from a good bye as I pay all my debts. TMC H Town!

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PS: I just opened an upscale restaurant in Houston called Thirteen. You should try it out of loyalty to me.
Reply7 months
I’m indebted to your indebted so indebted I like indebted it sounds cool. fricking tool. Just say thanks for the paycheck catch ya on the flip side and deuces
Reply7 months
He seems like way less of a douche than most of these guys
Reply7 months
Exactly. All the shite other NBA players do and this guy’s stigma is what - strip clubs. But people will hate no matter what. Like the dude below
7 months
please tell me you are fricking kidding me. He demanded a trade... went to a strip club and got covid. The guy is a fricking douchebag
6 months
just a turd with a beard.
Reply6 months
He walked
Reply6 months
The NBA is still in existence? Who knew?
Reply6 months
He is functionally illiterate.
Reply6 months
He paid Jenna Shea $20,000 to "hang out" with him for two days. Google it.
Reply6 months
In Harden’s defense, well, he displayed no defense.
Reply6 months
I respect that Honesty .. No one who doesn't care write what he took the time to write.. RESPECT Bro!
Reply6 months
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