Houston Rockets' James Harden posts about visit with Meek Mill in prison

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But maybe no one has taken the #FreeMeek campaign as far as James Harden.

With hand-painted artwork from sneaker customizer Salvador Amezcua, better known as Kickstradomis, Harden's signature Adidas kicks will feature bold "FREE MEEK" lettering down the upper of both shoes, in support of jailed rapper Meek Mill. Harden has had Meek Mill perform at birthday parties and the two participated in a charity basketball game together this summer, per ESPN. That changed on December 26, when Harden found time to take a trip to Chester, Pa., and see Meek Mill in prison.

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The Houston Rockets' All-Star shooting guard took to his Snapchat yesterday and revealed that he visited Meek in prison and that the rapper's "spirit is high", while hoping that he could be released "by February". "Told me to tell y'all when he get out he got some [fire] for y'all".

This is the first time Harden has worn sneakers with a custom message.

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Meek Mill has received an outpour of support from athletes and celebrities since being incarcerated, and has recently been visited by Sixers owner Michael Rubin, as well as Joel Embiid and Colin Kaepernick. So far, at least.

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