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James Harden’s bleak future with the Philadelphia 76ers

The Philadelphia 76ers have officially been eliminated from playoff contention. For the second year in a row, they got bounced in the second round, and unfortunately, this time around was just as embarrassing. Last season, the conversation was about Ben Simmons and his unwillingness to shoot the ball. But luckily...
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Philadelphia 76ers: Passing on Danuel House was a mistake

When news broke that the Philadelphia 76ers were trading Ben Simmons to the Brooklyn Nets for James Harden, it felt like a fantastic way to start trade deadline day. That’s right, with a few hours left to play with before the transactions window officially closed, more than a few Philly fans expected Daryl Morey to pull off another move following the Harden trade in the hopes of swapping out a few more assets for one more ready-made rotational player.
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1 Bold Trade To Send Nets’ Kyrie Irving To Chicago Bulls

The NBA is a wildly unpredictable place. Kyrie Irving is a wildly unpredictable person. Ergo, an Irving trade this summer wouldn’t be as shocking as one may think. At this point, his entire future in the league has come into question. Many observers are simply waiting for the day that Irving announces he’s retiring to pursue something entirely unrelated to the game of basketball.

2022 Orlando Magic Playoff Lessons: Brooklyn Nets forgot to respect ‘the others’

The world of the NBA is obsessed with stars. As they should be. Stars are still ultimately what drives the league and ultimately what wins games. There is no Milwaukee Bucks championship last year without Giannis Antetokounmpo. The Boston Celtics are not heading to a Game 7 against those Milwaukee Bucks without Jayson Tatum’s heroics. There is no Game 7 in Phoenix for the Dallas Mavericks without Luka Doncic.

2022 NBA Draft: Nets go big in mock drafts

CBS Sports — David Cobb. MarJon Beauchamp, G/F, Ignite (2001) “Beauchamp will turn 22 just before the NBA season after taking an unorthodox path to the G-League Ignite program. But at the end of the day, he’s a physically gifted wing who can develop into an NBA starter if his 3-point shot continues developing.”

Kyrie Irving Rants Against Celtics Fans While Live On Twitch

Kyrie Irving, the star point guard for the Brooklyn Nets, found his NBA season coming to an end not long ago when the Nets were swept out of the playoffs by the Boston Celtics. Now, to kill time in the offseason, Irving has started spending more time on Twitch, primarily as he plays Grand Theft Auto Online. As you might expect, Irving's Twitch chat has been full of many comments that frequently throw shade at the NBA star. In turn, though, Irving has been clapping back at plenty of these remarks.

Ben Simmons sells house, selling condo and trying to put the 76ers and Philadelphia in the past

Ben Simmons is trying to put Philadelphia behind him in more ways than one. The former Philadelphia 76ers guard, who was traded to the Brooklyn Nets for James Harden after a disappointing end to his 2021 playoffs, has sold his house in Moorestown, New Jersey, to Philadelphia Phillies right fielder Nick Castellanos. The house, a 10,500 square-foot mansion with six bedrooms and 6.5 bathrooms on a 1.78 acre lot, is approximately 40 minutes from Philadelphia. The house had been on the market for six months before the sale. Simmons is still trying to sell a $3 million condo in the City Center area of Philadelphia.

Kyrie Irving sends message to bettors in epic rant (WATCH)

Brooklyn Nets guard Kyrie Irving has made it clear to gamblers that he absolutely does not care about their bets and parlays. During a Twitch stream, Irving touched on multiple topics and one of the things he addressed were those who pop up in his mentions to tell him about their bets.

Look: Ben Simmons' Recent Social Media Activity Going Viral

With Ben Simmons failing to appear in a single game this season and James Harden disappearing during Thursday night's Game 6 loss, fans and analysts around the league are questioning which team "won" this year's blockbuster trade. Simmons seems to believe that he and the Nets will ultimately have the...

Magic Johnson Reacts To James Harden's Game 6 Performance

Half the basketball world has been criticizing James Harden after his dreadful Game 6 performance that led to the 76ers getting eliminated from the playoffs. Unfortunately for Harden, Magic Johnson has joined the fray. Taking to Twitter last night, Magic admonished Harden for how few shots he took in the...

Ben Simmons was petty on Twitter after 76ers got eliminated

Ben Simmons took a victory lap (if you can call it that) after his former team got eliminated from the playoffs on Thursday. The Brooklyn Nets star Simmons decided to be petty on Twitter, “liking” a couple of tweets dissing the Philadelphia 76ers and James Harden, whom Simmons was traded for in February. Simmons “liked” one tweet calling Harden “washed” and “out of shape” and another tweet from Skip Bayless criticizing Harden and saying that Simmons would eventually make their trade look foolish for the 76ers.

Ben Simmons, Nets Committed To Rehab Work This Summer

Now that Ben Simmons has had surgery on his troublesome back, he and the Brooklyn Nets are ready to get to work on getting him back on the court. In the coming weeks, Simmons and his representatives will meet with the Nets to map out their summer plans. The Nets...

This Celtics-Nets Trade Pairs Kevin Durant With Jayson Tatum

What’s better than an oversized wing with fluid handles who can create his shot at will for an NBA offense? How about two of them. Kevin Durant and Jayson Tatum would put opposing NBA defenses in an almost unprecedented bind. Not only do you have to double team both, but you also have to double team them with strong, defensive wings and bigs. Few teams have the personnel to cover that task if any do.

Ime Udoka says 'basketball gods' were on Celtics' side

Boston Celtics coach Ime Udoka took a bit of a victory lap over the fact that the team had vital home court advantage in their Game 7 victory over the Milwaukee Bucks, with what he called an assist from the “basketball gods.”. The Celtics and Bucks were both competing...