James Harden went up for a 3-pointer, changed his mind and tossed the ball between two teammates.
He drove for a layup before inexplicably throwing the ball into a sea of San Antonio Spurs.
After putting together an MVP-caliber year, the indelible images of Harden and the Houston Rockets will be the lowlights from a 39-point loss in Game 6 of the Western Conference semifinals to a San Antonio team playing without Kawhi Leonard and starting point guard Tony Parker.
And those images will linger for some time.
Harden, who didn't even attempt a shot until midway through the second quarter, was 2 of 11 and finished with 10 points to tie a season low as the Rockets...