Rockets’ James Harden seen driving Lamborghini with Lil Baby
James Harden is trying to squeeze out what’s left of his mid-season break before the NBA returns next month. The Houston Rockets superstar was seen cruising around the highways of Houston with his favorite toys alongside some of his buddies, including rapper Lil Baby.
James Harden out here riding Lamborghinis with Lil Baby. pic.twitter.com/InPFO6Po5a
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No biggie. Just the 2018 NBA MVP for the Rockets rolling on Lamborghinis with 2020 Grammy nominated Lil Baby.
Harden has been in his home in Houston since the regular season was halted for the Rockets last March as the COVID-19 pandemic hit the US.
The star for the Rockets has been making the most out of the break by aiding local relief efforts in Houston and has also been letting off some steam as the lockdown protocols have slowly been eased out. That’s definitely a great way to practice some social distancing.
The NBA is set to return within a month’s time and teams will be forced to be stuck in a “bubble” inside Disney World, Orlando for the remainder of the season to ensure everyone’s safety amid the global pandemic. 22 teams were invited to participate in an unprecedented eight-game format to finish the 2019-2020 regular season and determine the final playoff seeds. Some teams though, including the Houston Rockets, have already clinched a postseason berth.
Those on the Rockets and all 22 Orlando-bound teams are concerned: A lot of NBA players have come out to question the league’s new set-up, with some key players already opting to sit out the remainder of the season. Reports have also been coming in over the past week that players have been testing positive for COVID-19 which would inevitably force them out of Orlando.
We’ll have to wait if there’s still room for Harden’s whips inside Disney World. The Rockets are waiting to see what their star has in store.
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