Homes of athletes before vs. after they became famous

[post_page_title]James Harden – childhood home[/post_page_title]
James Harden grew up in Lakewood, California, averaging 13 points a game for his varsity high school team when he was only a sophomore.

James Harden – childhood home

Only a year later, he averaged 18 points and seven assists, and won the state championship for the next two years. In his senior year, he was chosen to play in the McDonald’s All American game, where all of the nations top prospects come together in a game for the world the see them play.

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