UNBELIEVABLE:X mocks the disgusting trade proposal involving James Harden and the Boston Celtics…

Things are so bad for the Los Angeles Clippers following the James Harden trade that Clips fans are already looking for a way out. After an 0-4 start, fans are desperate enough to the point that they’re proposing mock trade scenarios, and one involved the Boston Celtics ceding Jrue Holiday, Sam Hauser, and a future first-round pick to land the never-complacent former MVP.

Assessing the Boston Celtics' Proposed Trade for James Harden

It came from a Paul George fan account; one likely sick of watching PG have single-digit scoring outings over one week, or the next worse thing, a 10-point scoring outing. Just twice during the entirety of the 2022-23 season did George score 10 points or less.

The deal was rightfully reviled by those on the X platform…

James Harden to Boston Celtics trade proposal ridiculed on social media

NBA Trade Rumors: Celtics Trade For Sixers' James Harden In Blockbuster Bold ProposalNeedless to say,  wasn’t letting the PGMuse X account get away with such an egregious and aggressive offer for a player who’s rapidly losing trade value in the NBA.

“Hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha,” cackled one poster in amazement that such a trade scenario would ever see the light of day.

“I wouldn’t trade Pritchard for Harden,” said another poster who is right on point about the value Payton Pritchard brings to the locker room as opposed to Harden.

“Never ever ever ever ever ever ever ever ever ever ever ever ever ever ever ever ever ever ever ever ever ever ever ever ever ever ever ever ever ever ever ever ever ever ever ever ever ever ever ever ever ever ever ever ever ever ever ever ever ever ever will I accept this trade,” said one poster who stressed dramatic effect to perfection.

“Getting laughed off the phone lil bro,” correctly pointed out another.

“Yeah (not gonna lie) I don’t think anyone is gonna take Harden,” pointed out another who sees the writing on the wall in a superstar career that is fading into persona non-grata territory for general managers Association-wide.

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