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It is never normal when it is an off-season for the Philadelphia 76ers.
This year's disgruntled Sixers player is James Harden -- who was traded for another disgruntled Sixers player in Ben Simmons. At an event in China, Harden spoke to a group of people where he called General Manager Daryl Morey a "liar" and that he will "never play for an organization that he is a part of."
What happened to a relationship that -- up until this past Saturday -- was the talk of the league when Harden was in Houston? Now that he has soured on Morey, what do the Sixers do with training camp right around the corner? They can't trade Harden to his preferred destination (the Los Angeles Clippers). (They could, but the return will be even less than what the Clippers were offering before -- which wasn't much.) They can't possibly think having Harden on the roster to start the season is a good idea. At the very least, something has to get worked out by mid/late October.
Adio Royster and David Early give their thoughts on what happened, how we got here, and what the Sixers organization does now.
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