It's not a secret that NBA players love to party when they're off the clock, and they shouldn't be judged for that. However, James Harden has been spotted partying even midseason, and some people have given him a hard time for that.
That's why adult site Cam Soda wanted to put his struggles to an end and offered him and the Brooklyn Nets quite the millennial solution: A virtual strip club for All-Star weekend, going as far as to offer them a membership and send a letter to team owner Joe Tsai:
“With the 2021 NBA All-Star Game quickly approaching and Brooklyn sending the largest contingent to Atlanta, we here at Cam Soda want to make sure that your players stay safe on and off the court. It’s no secret that some of your All-Stars have an affinity for nightlife and scantily clad women (cough*James Harden*cough*), and there’s nothing wrong with that! But we don’t want to see the Nets championship aspirations put in jeopardy because KD, Kyrie or James gave in to the temptations of, say, Magic City (famous strip club in Atlanta, FYI). This being said, I’d like to bring the strip club to them virtually by formally providing KD, Kyrie and James with Elite VIP member access to CamSoda, the leading adult webcam platform. I’ll even double-down and give the entire Nets team Elite VIP member status until the end of the season if one of your players balls out and is named All-Star Game MVP. If they bring an NBA title to Brooklyn, we can talk about extending the membership to next season, too," the letter read.
This must be one of the most hilarious things to ever happen around the NBA but, c'mon; modern problems require modern solutions.
James Harden clearly deserves to have a couple of nights off. He's been nothing short of spectacular during his brief stint with the Brooklyn Nets, averaging 24.9 points, 7.5 rebounds, and 11.1 assists per game on 47.8/39.8/86.6 shooting splits and leading them to an 11-game win streak, so let the man have some fun.