Lil B Will Attend Rockets-Warriors Game 5 as James Harden Curse Looms

Kyle Newport@@KyleNewportFeatured ColumnistMay 26, 2015

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After recently placing a curse on Houston Rockets star James Harden, rapper and Golden State Warriors fan Lil B will be in attendance at Wednesday's Game 5 to see his hex in action.

Behind 45 points and nine rebounds from Harden, Houston staved off elimination by pulling out a 128-115 victory in Game 4. Harden's big game led to this tweet:

You better believe Lil B saw that tweet. And he wants to punish the team that doesn't believe in the curse.

Update: May 27, 2015

Harden ended up with an NBA playoff record 13 turnovers in Game 5 as the Golden State Warriors eliminated the Houston Rockets. 

---End of update---

The series now shifts back to Oracle Arena, where the Warriors are 45-3 this season, for Game 5. With the Warriors up 3-1 in the Western Conference Finals and holding a chance to close out the series at home, Lil B will be at Oracle Arena to make sure Harden knows the curse is upon him throughout the game:

Lil B got deep when he explained why he will be in attendance at Game 5:

Now we will wait and see what happens Wednesday.

[Twitter]

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