James Harden beats Shams and Woj, announces Sixers Christmas game this season
James Harden took to Twitter earlier tonight, beating out Woj and Shams by announcing that the Philadelphia 76ers would be playing on Christmas this year against the New York Knicks at Madison Square Garden.
The last time the Sixers played on Christmas was December 2019. Joel Embiid outplayed Giannis Antetokounmpo in Philadelphia’s first Christmas game in nearly 31 years. Embiid scored 31 points and snagged 11 rebounds in the 121-109 win, and the Sixers shot nearly 50% from beyond the arc.
That happened with a team that consisted of Al Horford, Josh Richardson, and Ben Simmons. Man, how the times have changed for the better, to say the very least.
Check the timestamps, too slow Shams.
James Harden has been doing it all this offseason. We’ve all seen the intense training videos, the pick up basketball games, and his world tour with Kevin Durant. Hell, the guy even launched his own wine and has been partying with Michael Rubin too. What can’t this guy do? Now he’s beating Shams and Woj on Twitter and breaking news? Incredible.
We now have the Eagles-Cowboys game on Christmas Eve and will roll right into the 76ers on Christmas Day. It’s shaping up to be one hell of a holiday season in Philadelphia.
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