James Harden Named 2016 “Shaqtin’ a Fool” MVP


The All-Time great Shaquille O’Neal’s hilarious show “Shaqtin’ a Fool” pokes fun at several NBA players mistakes and bad decisions throughout the season. Of course no segment or award is more anticipated than when Shaquille O’Neal crowns his “Shaqtin’ a Fool” MVP. In the show’s history Kendrick Perkins and Otto Porter Jr. have won the award once while JaVale McGee has won the award a record two times and has made himself considered one of the most, if not the most, inept player in the NBA.

This year Shane Larkin, Marcelo Huertas, and Dion Waiters were all extremely unwise players but James Harden came out on top as he was the “Shaqtin’ a Fool” MVP. Harden’s easily recognizable and terrible play is due to his bad habit of turning the ball over and his nonexistent defense. James Harden averaged the most turnovers per game during the regular season with 4.6 TOPG, he averaged the most turnovers per game during the playoffs with an atrocious 5.2 TOPG, and he has the first and second most turnovers in a playoff game in NBA history (12 turnovers in 2015 and 10 turnovers in 2013).

James Harden is undoubtedly a great player as he was second in MVP voting last year (2014-2015 season) and is a 4x NBA All-Star but he can be one of the most clumsy and undedicated NBA players at times. His inconsistency rightfully earned him this award.

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