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Lil B takes credit for Harden turnovers, Warriors record

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James Harden's "Curse" Is Back According to Lil B

When it comes to the NBA, Lil B tries to insert himself in any way possible. With James Harden and the Houston Rockets struggling while his team, the Golden State Warriors, being one home win away from having the best record of all-time, Lil B demands credit for both of these things.

While James Harden continues to have an excellent offensive season, his 380 turnovers are the most in one season in 38 years and are a big reason why the Houston Rockets are on the outside of the playoff picture. Of course, Lil B has never been fond of the way James Harden uses his cooking dance, and is the reason why he cursed him during the Rockets series with the Warriors last year. But apparently, that curse has carried over to this year as well.

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Lil B is also a lifelong Golden State fan, having been born in the Bay Area, and he also took credit for their win in the Finals last year. When LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers celebrated getting to the Finals by cooking, Lil B effectively cursed them after Game 1 which saw Kyrie Irving get hurt for the rest of the series:

I'm not saying they're related, but it's way too coincidental to simply dismiss.

[H/T: Complex]

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