In just over a year, James Harden is supposedly over Brooklyn and playing with a part-time Kyrie Irving:
James Harden has not enjoyed living in Brooklyn and has voiced his frustrations regarding Kyrie Irving's part-time playing status, per B/R's @JakeLFischer
Harden has made it clear he intends to test out free agency even if it leads him back to the Nets pic.twitter.com/7bhI9QnGkO
— Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) January 25, 2022
Get the conspiracy theories going:
My favorite part of this Bleacher Report article is James Harden finding out about taxes:
“His new city could also be an issue. According to multiple sources, Harden has not enjoyed living in Brooklyn, compared to his days as a central Houston magnate. Outside of the change in climate, the chasm between state taxes in New York versus Texas is quite obvious as well.”
Do you think Harden sits down with a financial advisor who is in charge of breaking down his yearly spending? If I made James Harden money I’d hire an expenses guy. He is basically in charge of my allowance. Tell me how much I can spend on rent, food, vacations, entertainment (strippers), and savings. James Harden probably has an allowance guy and he probably was annoyed he had to get on a Zoom call to go over his spending, only to perk up as slide #5 showed all his allowances for the year were significantly less than before. At that point James Harden found out he made a huge mistake in forcing himself out of Houston. He had it made. King of Houston. Strip clubs retiring his jersey. Warm weather all year around. Instead, he can’t find a pizza with gluten in it.
Someone please save James Harden.
Tickle fights with Meek Mill at Michael Rubin parties > taxes:
Lil Uzi Vert killed that shit 😭 pic.twitter.com/02wASkkJIV
— CantGetRight (@Splashystackss) July 5, 2021