Rapper Lil B says he’ll lift curse after Harden commits playoff-record 13 turnovers

The curse may be over — but it’s too late for the 2014-15 Houston Rockets.

James Harden played one of the worst games of his career Wednesday night, committing an NBA playoff-record 13 turnovers during the Rockets’ 104-90 loss to the Warriors in Game 5 of the Western Conference finals.

The debacle was especially striking since Harden was coming off a 45-point outing just two nights before.

But Harden was cursed, apparently.

You see, Harden’s pot stir/cooking celebration looks a lot like the Cooking Dance made famous by rapper Lil B The Based God of Bay Area group The Pack. And sometimes he curses players who steal his dance without paying proper tribute. (See: Kevin Durant.)

Lil B called, he wants his celebration back.

Lil B attended Wednesday’s Game 5 to let Harden know just how he felt about the perceived thievery and had a front row seat for Harden’s 2-of-11 shooting, 13-turnover atrocity.

Harden unceremoniously surpassed John Williamson, who set the record in 1979, with 7:18 left in the fourth quarter as his team trailed by 15.

Once Harden’s season was done, Lil B said he’d lift the curse.

Memo to the Cleveland Cavs: Don’t suffer the same fate. You’ve be warned.