Both 76ers and the 10x All-Star are using James Harden UNO in their online content, know what is its meaning
Things seem pretty good in Philly currently. Joel Embiid has won his first NBA MVP, after defeating Nikola Jokic and Giannis Antetokounmpo.
This news comes just days after James Harden‘s stunning performance against the Boston Celti in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference’s Semi-Finals. Harden has scored an incredible 45 points at the TD Garden which is based in Boston, which included a late dagger three-pointer to claim a 119-115 victory.
James Harden UNO meaning explained as phrase goes viral
Even before the game began, he was turning heads. The 76ers guard is well known for his bold fashion sense, and he rocked up Game 1 vs the Celti in an oversized fuzzy blue two-piece that bore a striking resemblance to Cookie Monster.
After Game 1 heroi, Harden uploaded a photo of his outfit, alongside a photo of his brand-new sneers.
‘I will be wanting to go to the met gala, but I’m always in the playoffs this time of year #Uno,’ James Harden captioned the post.
Meaning of James Harden’s ‘UNO’
It’s not the first time when James Harden’s UNO hashtag has been used by him. It has become something of a mantra for the former MVP, and he has used it in numerous social media pictures.
The Philadelphia 76ers have begun using it in their online content.
UNO stands for ‘Under No One’, James is at the top of the tree and nobody is above him. He is greatest of the all in history. This phrase shows his confidence both on and off the court and James believes that nobody does it better than him.
James Harden also disclosed the meaning of his new mantra UNO on Instagram recently.
About James Harden
James Harden has played for the college under Arizona State Sun Devils. In 2009, he was named as the consensus All-American and Pac-10 Player of the Year. Further, he was selected with the third overall pick in the NBA draft of 2009 by the Oklahoma City Thunder.
Later on, James was named the NBA Sixth Man of the Year in 2012 with Thunder and helped out his team to reach the NBA Finals, where they lost to the team Miami Heat in a total of 5 games.
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