James Harden pettily edits out the Knicks from an NBA-themed New Yorker cover

Oh, James Harden. You didn’t need to do this.

By “this,” I’m referring to what he did to this week’s cover of the New Yorker, which features himself, Kyrie Irving and Kevin Durant in a cool painting. In the background of said cover are two New York Knicks — R.J. Barrett and Julius Randle — trailing behind them.

In other words, yes, the Knicks are behind the Nets. Coming up strong, but not quite there yet. No editing necessary, we get the message!

But Harden decided that wasn’t enough, and so here’s what he tweeted on Tuesday afternoon (and I’ve included the original cover below it):


— James Harden (@JHarden13) May 4, 2021

Inside this week’s issue of The New Yorker: https://t.co/BhckkFZilr pic.twitter.com/ZoAWQrj4HU

— The New Yorker (@NewYorker) May 3, 2021

Like I said, it’s right there on the cover! No need for cropping. But now that comes off as petty, doesn’t it?

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Source:: ForTheWin

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