Earlier today the NBA world learned the news that James Harden has been traded to the 76ers for Ben Simmons and a couple of other players including Seth Curry and Andre Drummond. A move that shocked the entire league.
Woj Bomb: Sixers Sending James Harden To Nets For Ben Simmons, Seth Curry, Andre Drummond, And Picks https://t.co/YFMkfX2tG5— Pro Sports Extra (@ProSportsExtra) February 10, 2022
But during this article we aren’t going to be talking about the trade, I wanted to break something else down though and talk about how James Harden is literally the king of traveling. You know, the thing you’re taught on the first day of basketball practice when you’re 5 years old?
That you’re not supposed to take more than two (NBA three) steps with the basketball and somehow NBA star James Harden missed this rule.
Constantly he is getting away with traveling and he isn’t the only one, the NBA has a traveling problem in general. They constantly let players take more steps than they’re supposed too and it’s frustrating viewers constantly.
He has been getting roasted on Twitter for traveling for years:
james harden trying to do what he does best: traveling https://t.co/7UAPXHR5Ep— Molly Morrison (@mollyhannahm) November 17, 2020
If traveling puts you at greater risk for the coronavirus, I'm really worried about James Harden right now.— Chad Dotson (@dotsonc) March 15, 2020
What are your thoughts? Does he travel all the time?