Sixers guard James Harden was recently interviewed by ESPN’s Betty Zhou and during the interview the former league MVP revealed his favorite Chinese dish.
“I love the beef noodle. I also love some dumplings,” said Harden.
It also turns out during the interview that Harden got into a bit of trouble while riding a scooter in China and apologized for it. Zhou would then asked him if he was in China again would he try to ride again, Harden replied, “Sure.”
He would finish the clip by talking about how he maintains his beard every morning by brushing his teeth and washing his face.
Speaking of Harden, he recently signed a two year deal with the Sixers worth $68.6 million, which includes a player option for the 2023-24 season, according to ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski.
Per Woj, Harden elected to declined $47.4 million player option for next season, delivered the 76ers pay cap with its pay cut for 2022-23 — allowing them to sign free agents P.J. Tucker and Danuel House using the mid-level and biannual exceptions, and facilitating the ability to acquire De’Anthony Melton in a trade with Memphis Grizzlies.