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NBA insider Adrian Wojnarowski: 'James Harden will be back in Philadelphia,' but 'almost assuredly' not on max extension

In February, after being traded from the Brooklyn Nets to the 76ers, Harden said he intended to exercise his $47.3 million option to stay with Philadelphia next season. The Sixers shipped off veteran Danny Green and the No. 23 pick in Thursday night's draft to the Memphis Grizzlies in exchange for De'Anthony Melton and are said to be set on building a championship contender surrounding Harden, MVP runner-up Joel Embiid and guard Tyrese Maxey.
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Daryl Morey Speaks On De'Anthony Melton Trade, Sixers Free Agency Plan, James Harden, & More

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After the NBA Draft concluded, Sixers President of Ops. Daryl Morey went into detail on the: draft night trade that went down, Sixers free agency plan, James Harden contract extension, & much more. Also, Sixers fans are left wondering how this move affects the plan to sign PJ Tucker or trade for Eric Gordon. Today, we break down all of this & more! #Sixers #DarylMorey #DeAnthonyMelton #JamesHarden #DannyGreen #EricGordon #PJTucker #SixersNews #NBA #NBANews #NBATrade

James Harden Is Trending Following The Brooklyn Nets Drama

Prior to this year's trade deadline, the Brooklyn Nets shipped James Harden to the Philadelphia 76ers. Depending on what transpires over the next few weeks, it's possible he left the team before the ship officially sank. Earlier this week, it was reported that Kyrie Irving could explore other options this...

Report: Opt-in, extension likely path for James Harden, Sixers

Facing a decision on a $47.37M player option for the 2022-23 season, star guard James Harden appears likely to pick up that option and then agree to a short-term extension with the Sixers, ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski said Wednesday during an appearance on "SportsCenter" (video link; hat tip to Kyle Neubeck of PhillyVoice).

Podcast: James Harden will reportedly opt-in and sign a short-term deal, how does that impact Sixers’ offseason?

The Philadelphia 76ers have a lot to do in the coming weeks if they want to make some significant additions to become a challenger for an NBA title next season. With MVP candidate Joel Embiid as the centerpiece of the roster, Daryl Morey needs to add some depth this offseason if he wants the Sixers to get past the second round of the NBA playoffs.

Giannis Antetokounmpo Has A Lower Hall Of Fame Probability Than James Harden, Russell Westbrook, And Damian Lillard, According To Basketball Reference

There are certain milestones in an NBA career that every player dreams of achieving. Being an All-Star, making it to All-NBA teams, being named MVP, and becoming a champion. Players work their entire lives so that they can achieve these things, but only a select few ever manage to do it and even fewer can claim to have done all of them multiple times.

Philadelphia 76ers: James Harden jumped from a sinking ship

In January of 2021, there were two teams who wanted James Harden and wanted him bad: The Philadelphia 76ers and the New York Nets. Now at the time, both options made some sense; the Sixers had just hired Daryl Morey, the man who brought Harden to Houston in the first place, and adding the then-eight-time All-Star seemed like an ideal fit next to Joel Embiid moving forward – which ultimately proved to be true.