"I apologize to James Harden I'm ready to talk and end the curse."
James Harden's Houston Rockets suffered an embarrassing, season ending, 39-point loss on their home floor in Game 6 last night, despite the fact that the Spurs were playing without their best player, Kawhi Leonard, not to mention starting point guard, Tony Parker.
Harden was off from the get go and finished with just 10 points on 2 of 11 shooting to go along with his six turnovers.
During his brief post-game press conference, Harden accepted the blame for his team's pitiful performance.
"Everything falls on my shoulders," he said. "I take responsibility for it, both ends of the floor. It's tough, especially the way we lost at home for Game 6. But it happened and we move forward."
Afterwards, Harden's longtime nemesis Lil B finally offered to remove the curse he put on him way back in 2015.