Sunday, February 17, 2013

LeBron James, Blake Griffin and others describe James Harden's beard.

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Believe it or not, James Harden wasn't born with a beard on his face, even though that it is totally believable. In fact, his skin used to a bare until he was a sophomore in college, where he decided from that point on, to let his beard grow freely. In his fourth NBA season, his facial hair has not only become his identity, it is also now the face of the Houston Rockets franchise. And much the fans, his fellow NBA players are jealous of his beard.

I for one, never had the luxury of having any facial hair and can only dream of what having that majestic beard feels like. I know what it feels like, Russ. At least you can grow a faint, unevenly distributed mustache.

Via: CSN Houston

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