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The curse of James Harden continues

The curse of James Harden continues

In a series that will go down in history for many reasons, one of them will be that James Harden did not break his spell. The Milwaukee Bucks defeated the Brooklyn Nets in the seventh game of the NBA Playoffs semifinals by 115-111 in overtime.

In a heart-stopping duel, where Kevin Durant had 48 points and did not leave a second of the game and Giannis Antetokounmpo had 40 and 13 rebounds, Harden played the entire game except for one second and had 22 points, 9 rebounds and 9 assists.

The remarkable thing about the Nets guard, despite having a field goal percentage of 29.4%, is that he practically played on one leg, since he has dragged a hamstring injury since game one, and the last two I dispute them with pain. But the news that must be given is that of the curse from which La Barba cannot escape.

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James Harden can’t win the ring

The curse is as simple and complicated as that. Team that James is on, team that loses. There is no question about his talent as a player, but for whatever reason, despite being in great teams that were able to do more, they always came up short.

With Oklahoma City Thunder he reached the NBA finals with Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook, but was defeated by the Heat of LeBron James and company. In his Houston years, he reached the conference finals twice, but lost to the mighty Golden State Warriors. Finally, in his first year with the Nets, he is also left empty-handed. But cheer up James, to keep trying, it is going to happen. (Bolavip)

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