The line between high fashion and preschool art is closing, fast.
Houston Rockets star James Harden, who many believe is the frontrunner for this season's NBA MVP award, donned a shirt Sunday that appeared to have been drawn on by numerous toddlers.
Twitter's fashion police were quick to jump on this questionable wardrobe decision:
— NBA On Def Pen (@NBAOnDefPen) March 15, 2015
Somebody should tell James Harden that someone drew all over his nice white shirt.
— Zach McCrite (@BigEZ) March 15, 2015
— NBA Memes (@NBAMemes) March 16, 2015
My niece was the lead designer for James Harden's shirt. pic.twitter.com/1537pxilCZ
— Alan Ly (@theAlanLy) March 15, 2015
James Harden's shirt was designed by the opening credits of "In Living Color!" pic.twitter.com/gsiO79xpr2
— Rick Trotter (@RickTrotter) March 15, 2015
Harden is no amateur when it comes to dressing well, and he even took part in the NBA's first All-Star weekend fashion show. But wearing something like this takes some confidence, and Harden certainly has that.
The 25-year-old is second in the NBA with an average of 27 points and is the main reason why Houston is averaging 103. He was instrumental in Houston's victory on Sunday over the Clippers, tallying 34 points and going 17-of-18 from the free throw line as the Rockets picked up a big win in Harden's hometown of Los Angeles.