James Harden Takes a Selfie With a Camel in This Twitter Challenge

…And sings “My Little Teacup” with Kenny Mayne.

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Following the announcement of James Harden’s participation in Foot Locker‘s “Play My Tweet” Twitter campaign, here are the results of the hilarious marketing stunt. During the challenge, a selection of fans’ tweet requests were printed on basketballs used by Harden – if he missed a shot, he was obliged to act on whatever was printed on the ball used. This made for some interesting antics, such as taking a selfie with a camel and singing “My Little Teacup” with host Kenny Mayne. Charitable acts were also included, such as donating $50,000 USD to the Veterans Affairs Hospital to throw a party. Enjoy the theatrics above.

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