Sixers’ James Harden dazzles at Rico Hines’ first summer run at UCLA

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With it now being the dull part of the NBA offseason, now is the time to check in on players around the league who are putting in their final offseason work and preparation for the upcoming grind of an NBA season.

Philadelphia 76ers star James Harden has been in the gym putting in work as he has finally had an offseason to himself to rest his nagging hamstring injury. The fact that he has been able to rest combined with being able to work at his own pace should do wonders for him as he gets set for the 2022-23 season.

On Monday, Harden was at UCLA to participate in Rico Hines’ first summer run of the offseason. This is the first time they have been able to have a normal summer run since 2019 because of the pandemic so this was a big deal in the basketball world.

Harden competed with other NBA players such as Tyrese Haliburton and Thomas Bryant. The Beard dazzled with a few moves so here are some highlights of the run:

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Story originally appeared on Sixers Wire