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Lil B explains which NBA players are and are not cursed (VIDEO)

2015 Coachella Valley Music And Arts Festival - Weekend 1 - Day 1

2015 Coachella Valley Music And Arts Festival - Weekend 1 - Day 1


Last month, the Based God’s Curse derailed the Houston Rockets’ season. Lil B took exception to James Harden allegedly stealing his cooking dance and placed the same curse on him that has been in effect against Kevin Durant for the past several years.

On Monday, Lil B appeared on ESPN’s SportsNation to address Durant, Harden and other players who might be cursed. You can watch the video here (via SB Nation).

Here’s what the Based God had to say:

  • On Kevin Durant: “Oh, yeah. Kevin Durant’s curse is active. He has to play me in a game of 21. That’s the only way the curse can be lifted.”
  • On James Harden: “I actually lifted the curse off Harden. Once I saw all the trials and tribulations that Harden was going through off these [Western Conference Finals], I actually felt a little bad.”
  • On Marreese Speights: “He missed that dunk and a lot of people say he cost the Warriors the game. Usually, you see that anyone who speaks about Lil B in a negative way has some kind of character flaw. Marreese misses a wide-open dunk. Forgive him, man.”
  • On LeBron James: “There’s definitely no curse on LeBron. You know, shout out to LeBron. I would never try to interfere with anything that’s natural. We want the best players to win this game.

So, there you have it. Durant is still cursed until he plays Lil B one-on-one. Everyone else is free to go about their lives.