James Harden's memorable scenes blend together. Step, dribble, dribble again, behind the back, between the legs, dribble again.
My phone... He stutter-steps, dribbles, dribbles, step-backs. Usually, he swishes, bricks, or cements his opponent and drives the lane.
In February 2018, he set up Wes Johnson with a seven-dribble pass.
Harden utilised his non-dribbling arm and a terrific between-the-legs stepback dribble to separate from Johnson, who sat down and became a meme.
Harden doubled down by staring down Johnson, shimmying, and draining the three.
The last time anybody saw Johnson was when he stood up like an 80-year-old grandpa shuffled to the bathroom for the sixth time in one night.