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James Harden, Charles Barkley and Scottie Pippen Team Up for Funny Foot Locker Video

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The NBA season may still be several months off, but James Harden is back in another Foot Locker commercial. This one features a pair of former Rockets and all-time NBA greats in Charles Barkley and Scottie Pippen discussion how all great players need short memories, something Harden and the Rockets no doubt need after the forgettable offseason they've had so far.

Harden runs down a list of embarrassing moments for Barkley who claims not to remember including the incident where the threw someone through a window. "I'm a pacifist," Barkley responds.

Pippen shows up towards the end of the commercial demonstrating his short-term memory loss by saying, "I'm the greatest Chicago Bull of all time."

Harden, a Foot Locker sponsor, has appeared in a number of commercials for the brand, most of which have been on the dry humor side, but this is his first paired with legends like Barkley and Pippen. While Pippen's Rockets career was certainly one for the short memory loss trash heap, Barkley had a nice stint here at the end of his career. Hopefully, while Harden was working on the commercial, he got some pointers on defense from Pippen.

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