When Kevin Durant and James Harden are Both Playing for the Sixers, We can Thank Travis Scott

via @ub790uy2l on Twitter

How about the reports that James Harden was a bad teammate? Those evaporated pretty quickly. Not only did he take $15 million less to play for the Sixers and get his friends paid, young players are calling him their brother because of the effect he’s had on them. Now he’s hanging out with KD in London, who supposedly hated his guts and never talked with prior to the Sixers trade. That’s all water under the bridge now thanks to… Travis Scott? This couldn’t be more perfect. I LOVE Travis Scott and now he’s helping my favorite basketball team form a superteam for the entirety of Joel Embiid’s prime:

Is this like the 2008 Olympics when LeBron James, Dwyane Wade, and Chris Bosh decided to team up in Miami two years before it happened? No. Because that was in free agency and Kevin Durant still has four years on his deal, but I’m still holding out hope KD wants to play with Harden and Daryl Morey just has to stop scrolling Twitter for perfect booties in yoga pants to find a way to make it work.

The good news is we just got a little taste of what the locker room celebration is going to look like next year. The free Travis Scott concert down Broad Street is going to make Woodstock 99 look like child’s play:

P.S. Imagine paying $500 for Travis Scott tickets and KD’s ass is in your face all night: