A lot of funky wordplay can be involved when a person’s first and last name are both first names (see: Chris Paul, Paul George). This, though, is just way out there, and there is no good explanation for why anyone would think of this, much less it actually being true:



This ... this is wild. 😳 (via dannydevan/Twitter)

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How is it that four names can align so neatly, and that all four of those names are also true-blue NBA superstars? You could extend this by another player, and add on Cleveland’s George Hill or Phoenix’s Marquese Chriss (a slight reach, but come on). At that point, though, you might as well be playing NBA trivia.

This is Chris Paul, Paul George, LeBron James and James Harden. If these guys teamed up, the Houston Rockets could win the next five titles with their starting lineup looking like a Scrabble board. It has to be destiny calling.

The last time that LeBron teamed up with superstars — Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh in Miami — the common thread that connected them was the 2003 NBA Draft, and now this? What does it mean? You really never can trust a man with two first names.

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