Houston Rockets’ James Harden is pulling for a true Dreamchaser’s freedom. The NBA MVP top candidate reportedly visited Meek Mill this week in prison.

According to reports, the face-to-face went down yesterday in Pennsylvania.

Recently, with Meek Mill serving a two–four year jail sentence, it’d been hard for Harden to visit or speak to his old friend. That changed on Dec. 26, when Harden found time to take a trip to Chester, Pa., and see Meek Mill in prison. (Sports Illustrated)

To really show his support, Harden is reportedly wearing a pair of “Free Meek” sneakers during a game tomorrow night when the Rockets take on the Boston Celtics.

A premier pitchman for Adidas, Harden will wear shoes with “Free Meek” covering the entire sneaker in big, yellow letters, according to a source close to Meek Mill. The Crossover obtained a photo of the shoes—which were designed by Los Angeles native Salvador Amezcua—that will garner plenty of attention, as all eyes are usually on Harden, an MVP candidate who leads the NBA in scoring. (Sports Illustrated)

The “Free Meek Mill” sneakers have already gone viral.

Last month, a report surfaced about Philadelphia 76ers star Joel Embiid low-key visiting Mill.

Joel went to visit Meek last Friday, along with 76ers co-owner Michael Rubin, and we’re told the visit went as good as it could. As one Sixers source put it, “They really lifted Meek’s spirits.” (TMZ Sports)