Brooklyn Nets star James Harden is off to a rough start this season, in part because he's having to adjust to the league's new rule changes aimed at eliminating non-basketball moves and foul baiting. On Monday night against the Chicago Bulls, he finally got a call to go his way and responded with a sarcastic celebration. 

In the middle of the second quarter, Harden came off a high screen from LaMarcus Aldridge and put his head down to get to the rim. As he split the Bulls' defenders, he broke out one of his signature maneuvers, where he raises his arms in an effort to create some contact and draw a foul. Referees haven't been giving him that call this season, but this time he caught Tony Bradley reaching and the big man clearly raked him across the arm.