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  • the fans in Houston gave a mixed reaction to James Harden.

    休斯頓的球迷對詹姆斯-哈登的反應不一。

  • That was more cheers than it was booze.

    那是歡呼聲多於酒水。

  • And that was pretty much what we expected to hear Harden after forcing his way unceremoniously and on some level unprofessionally out of Houston at the beginning of this season.

    而這也是本賽季開始時,哈登毫不客氣地、在某種程度上不專業地強行離開休斯頓後,我們所期待聽到的。

  • But having done so much not only for that franchise for that city, you figured there'd be the smattering of boos, there would be the majority would be cheers.

    但你做了這麼多事,不僅是為了那個專營店,為了那個城市,你以為會有零星的噓聲,會有大多數的歡呼聲。

  • And that's certainly what it felt like and sounded like to me as I was following along with it last night.

    而這當然是我昨晚跟著一起看的感覺和聲音。

  • Bear in mind, it's been a brutal time in Houston in so many different ways in ways that are so much more significant than anything that could happen in an NBA arena.

    請記住,這是休斯敦的一個殘酷的時間,在許多不同的方面,比NBA舞臺上可能發生的任何事情都要重要得多。

  • The tragedy of the power outages recently and all the rest of that, but of far less consequence, even in sports, you got to Shawn Watson forcing his way out.

    最近停電的悲劇,以及其他的一切,但後果卻遠沒有那麼嚴重,甚至在體育界,你到肖恩-沃森強行退出。

  • The Astros just traded away George Springer, and now James Harden is a Brooklyn net.

    太空人隊剛剛交易走了喬治-斯普林格,現在詹姆斯-哈登是布魯克林網。

  • He's on his way to an M V.

    他在去M V的路上。

  • P may be significant MVP consideration, maybe even winning the award this year.

    P可能是重要的MVP考慮,甚至可能在今年獲獎。

  • He's playing so well and the Nets might win the championship.

    他打得這麼好,籃網隊可能會贏得總冠軍。

  • And here you are, sitting there watching him do all of this with another team.

    而你在這裡,坐在那裡看他做這一切與另一支球隊。

  • And so I always look at these circumstances and I try to think to myself, How would I have reacted to this as a fan?

    所以我總是看著這些情況,我試著去想,作為一個粉絲,我會有怎樣的反應?

  • In this day and age, I kind of view things differently because I'm just too close to it.

    在這個時代,我對事物的看法有點不同,因為我離它太近了。

  • Anything that you're as close to as I am to this.

    任何你和我一樣接近這個的東西。

  • It's not that I've lost my passion for it, but I just don't view it the same way I used to.

    不是說我對它失去了熱情,只是我對它的看法和以前不一樣了。

  • But if I was a fan, if I were right now a lawyer or anything else that I might have done with my life if I didn't do this and this exact circumstance had played out, I don't think I would have cheered for him.

    但如果我是一個球迷,如果我現在是一個律師或其他任何事情,如果我不這樣做,這種確切的情況下,我可能會做我的生活,我不認為我會為他歡呼。

  • I don't think I would have cheered.

    我想我是不會歡呼的。

  • I look at it like a marriage.

    我把它看成是一場婚姻。

  • We had many great years, many great times.

    我們有很多美好的歲月,很多美好的時光。

  • Then at the end, you lied to me, cheated on me, humiliated me publicly, made it clear the only thing that mattered was getting the hell away from me.

    然後在最後,你對我撒謊,欺騙我,當眾羞辱我,讓我明白唯一重要的事情就是離我遠點。

  • I'm going to feel some kind of way like that's going to leave a mark.

    我會覺得某種方式,好像會留下痕跡。

  • Now, let me ask them.

    現在,讓我問問他們。

  • The hashtag crew is here with us this morning.

    今天早上,Hashtag團隊在這裡和我們一起。

  • And then the leader of that group is Bubba Brendan Peregrine, my disheveled board operator.

    這群人的頭兒是布巴-布蘭登-佩雷格林,我那亂七八糟的棋盤操作員。

  • And for those who don't know, Bubba is a leading marriage expert in that field.

    而對於那些不知道的人來說,布巴是這個領域的頂尖婚姻專家。

  • Has written and published many books in that area.

    在這方面寫了很多書,也出版了很多書。

  • So, Bubba, I would ask you, Does that make sense?

    所以,布巴,我想問你,這有意義嗎?

  • If you were?

    如果你是?

  • And if you could make that analogy if you were a fan of the Rockets last night, would you have cheered or booed James Harden on his return?

    如果可以這樣類比,如果你是昨晚火箭隊的球迷,你會在詹姆斯-哈登迴歸時歡呼還是噓聲?

  • Yeah, I'd say there's a 0% chance I am cheering that man when he returns.

    是啊,我想說的是,當那個男人回來的時候,我有0%的機會為他加油。

  • Tell me why.

    告訴我為什麼

  • Give me your thoughts on this, Bubba.

    給我你的想法,布巴。

  • I think what you said your analogy makes perfect sense.

    我覺得你說的你的比喻很有道理。

  • I mean, I think he had a lot of great years and you loved him.

    我的意思是,我認為他有很多偉大的歲月,你愛他。

  • He was there, but the ending was terrible.

    他在那裡,但結局很糟糕。

  • He treated us terribly and was a terrible you know, teammate person in the city at the end and just trash us on the way out.

    他對我們的態度很糟糕,是一個可怕的你知道,隊友的人在城市的最後,只是垃圾我們的出路。

  • So what?

    那又怎樣?

  • You know, I can't just let that go.

    你知道,我不能就這樣放手。

  • I can't just go.

    我不能就這麼走了。

  • Yeah, he's back.

    是的,他回來了。

  • Yeah.

    是啊。

  • You know, No, he also.

    你知道,不,他也。

  • And I will tell you another thing.

    我再告訴你一件事。

  • He also never quite got you to the promised land.

    他也從來沒有完全把你帶到應許之地。

  • Like it might be different if you were sitting there having, you know, soaked in all the champagne of a celebration.

    就像它可能是不同的,如果你坐在那裡 有,你知道,浸泡在所有的香檳慶祝活動。

  • If you had seen him win a championship for your city, maybe that buys you a little extra on the way out the door.

    如果你看到他為你的城市贏得了冠軍,也許這能讓你在出門的時候多買點東西。

  • But again, I think that's right.

    但我又覺得這是對的。

  • And this is sports.

    而這就是體育。

  • At the end of the day, I don't like it when people tell me that you shouldn't use certain phraseology or certain thoughts around the world of sports.

    在一天結束時,我不喜歡人們告訴我,你不應該在體育世界中使用某些短語或某些思想。

  • What he did for that city is wonderful.

    他為那座城市所做的一切都是美好的。

  • That will never change.

    這一點永遠不會改變。

  • And so if you see him in the street, if you're in Houston and you see him in the street Oh, by all means salute him.

    所以,如果你看到他在街上, 如果你在休斯敦,你看到他在街上 哦,通過各種手段向他致敬。

  • He is a critical member of that community.

    他是該社區的重要成員。

  • He's done a ton for the city of Houston.

    他為休斯敦市做了很多事情。

  • God bless him.

    上帝保佑他。

  • That's not what we're talking about when you're in the arena that sports, we're all playing a game here.

    當你在競技場上的時候,我們說的不是這個,體育,我們在這裡都是在玩遊戲。

  • He's playing one literally.

    他在玩一個字面意思。

  • We're all playing one, figuratively.

    我們都在玩一個,象徵性的。

  • This is just a game we're playing.

    這只是我們在玩的一個遊戲。

  • So when he walks into that arena, it's not about what he did for the city.

    所以當他走進競技場的時候,並不是說他為這個城市做了什麼。

  • It's not about how what a wonderful person he was there.

    並不是說他在那裡是一個多麼優秀的人。

  • And I have to believe he gets that we should.

    我必須相信他明白我們應該這樣做。

  • All the athletes should get that again.

    所有的運動員都應該再得到。

  • You see James Harden in the street, you salute him in Houston or anywhere.

    你在街上看到詹姆斯-哈登,在休斯敦或任何地方都會向他致敬。

  • What you've done for the city is fabulous.

    你為這個城市所做的一切都很精彩。

  • With all of that.

    有了這一切。

  • That has nothing to do with this.

    這與此無關。

  • But in sports, it's all part of the game.

    但在體育界,這都是遊戲的一部分。

  • You boo him if you want to.

    你想噓他就噓他。

  • I always say there's sports hate, which isn't actual hate, So I have no issue with fans booing James Harden.

    我總是說有體育仇恨,這不是真正的仇恨,所以我對球迷噓詹姆斯-哈登沒有意見。

  • It's all part of the game.

    這都是遊戲的一部分。

  • When I was a kid, I used to talk about all the players I hated.

    當我還是個孩子的時候,我經常談論所有我討厭的球員。

  • I hated Dan Marino.

    我討厭丹-馬裡諾。

  • I hated Larry Bird.

    我討厭拉里-伯德。

  • I hate there's a list of we all have that.

    我恨不得有一個名單,我們都有。

  • We'll have guy literally hate them.

    我們會有傢伙從字面上恨他們。

  • I've met Dan Marino a million times.

    我見過丹-馬裡諾一百萬次。

  • It couldn't be a more charming guy.

    這是個再迷人不過的傢伙了。

  • Very nice, all that kind of stuff.

    很好,都是那種東西。

  • I really don't know, Bird, I don't I don't know him well, but I'm willing to meet him halfway.

    我真的不知道,伯德,我不... 我不瞭解他,但我願意在半路上遇到他。

  • I know Brady a little bit.

    我對布雷迪有一點了解

  • Belichick.

    貝利奇克。

  • I root against them in every game they play.

    他們的每場比賽我都會反對他們。

  • I have no issue with you saying, I hate that guy.

    你說 "我恨那個人 "我沒意見。

  • I hate that team because you don't mean it.

    我討厭那支隊伍,因為你不是故意的。

  • And everyone with a shred of common sense knows you don't mean it.

    每個有一點常識的人都知道你不是故意的。

  • So don't let anyone tell you there's anything wrong with saying that again.

    所以,不要讓任何人告訴你再這樣說有什麼不對。

  • If you see James Harden in the street, salute him for everything he's done.

    如果你在街上看到詹姆斯-哈登,為他所做的一切向他致敬。

  • But if you want to boo him last night on his return, I myself don't have any issue with that.

    但如果你想在昨晚他回來時噓他,我自己沒有任何問題。

  • Thank you for watching ESPN on YouTube for live streaming sports and premium content.

    感謝您在YouTube上觀看ESPN的體育直播和優質內容。

  • Subscribe to ESPN plus.

    訂閱ESPN加。

the fans in Houston gave a mixed reaction to James Harden.

休斯頓的球迷對詹姆斯-哈登的反應不一。

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