Sixers’ James Harden has fun with Eagles CB Darius Slay in home opener


With the Philadelphia 76ers still off for another week or so, now is the time for the players to get their final preparation for the upcoming season as well as get some relaxation in before the grind of an NBA season is here.

Sixers star James Harden has been working hard all summer to try and get himself in better shape and get over his nagging hamstring injury as well. On Monday night, Harden decided to relax and he was in attendance for the home opener for the Philadelphia Eagles against the Minnesota Vikings.

Harden took in a terrific showing by the Eagles as they knocked off the Vikings 24-7 in a dominant effort. Philadelphia CB Darius Slay had two interceptions as he did an amazing job defending Minnesota star Justin Jefferson all night long to support a big night for the offense.

After one of his interceptions, Slay brought the ball over to Harden and the two shared a handshake and a laugh. After the game, The Beard made sure Slay signed the ball he brought over to him.

This content is not available due to your privacy preferences.

Update your settings here to see it.

The city of Philadelphia is buzzing right now as the Eagles figure to be one of the best teams in the NFC and the Sixers figure to be one of the best in the Eastern Conference. On top of that, baseball’s Phillies are right there in the National League Wild Card race. Harden and the Sixers will look to add to the excitement in October.

See also  Russell Westbrook makes rare Oklahoma City trip to open new court for local high school


Sixers 3 goals: Danuel House Jr. has to bring 3-point shooting to the bench



Sixers star James Harden ranked as 7th best point guard in the NBA

How James Harden bounces back considered biggest question for Sixers

Sixers Big 3 of Joel Embiid, James Harden, Tyrese Maxey best in NBA2K

Story originally appeared on Sixers Wire

Source link