James Harden remaining with the Philadelphia 76ers is the current signal NBA reporter Dave McMenamin is hearing from Summer League in Las Vegas. Harden opted into his 2023-24 player option with the Sixers and wants to get traded to the Los Angeles Clippers.
Joel Embiid told Showtime’s Rachel Nichols that he hopes former NBA MVP James Harden will be on the Philadelphia 76ers next season. Harden has opted into his 2023-24 player option with the Sixers and wants to get traded to the Los Angeles Clippers.
New Philadelphia 76ers guard Patrick Beverley met with NBA reporters on July 10 and he publicly recruited James Harden to stay with the Sixers. Harden opted into his 2023-24 player option with the Sixers and requested a trade to the Los Angeles Clippers.
There’s at least one member of the 76ers who wants star guard James Harden to return, and that member just happens to be the league’s MVP. Specifically, that man is center Joel Embiid, who suggested he doesn’t want Harden to leave — despite Harden demanding a trade a couple of weeks back after opting in to his contract.
The Philadelphia 76ers decided to take their decision regarding Paul Reed down to the wire. After the Utah Jazz made an offer sheet, which Reed signed on Saturday morning, the Sixers waited until late Sunday night to make a decision.
The Philadelphia 76ers made their way from Utah to Nevada as the Las Vegas Summer League began with a matchup against the New York Knicks. The Summer Sixers would take the game by a final score of 101-110, as several key players had an impressive afternoon.