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    2016-17 James Harden Practice Worn Houston Rockets Sneakers with Ball Boy Letter. James Harden has transformed himself into the NBA's top scorer. Once behind the likes of Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook in Oklahoma City, the former MVP will win a scoring title this season by averaging over 36 points per game. These "Nike size 14" shoes were used by Harden when he was getting ready for game action. A Pistons ball boy letter states they were obtained following a practice. We did find Harden wearing the same style of shoe on Getty Images (919623270) for an All-Star Game practice. Light use is exhibited on these colorful kicks. The size tags have "Promo" designation and the insides reference "Harden Vol 2." Letter of provenance from Pistons ball boy.

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    May, 2019
    16th-17th Thursday-Friday
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