76ers agree to trade James Harden to Clippers: Reports

The Philadelphia 76ers have reportedly agreed to trade the 10-time NBA All-Star James Harden to the Los Angeles Clippers on Monday night, October 30. The sources have told Adrian Wojnarowski, ESPN’s NBA Insider about the latest development, but it is not clear what the 76ers will get in return for the trade from the Clippers.

The one-time NBA MVP from 2018 hasn’t played for the Philadelphia 76ers in the ongoing season, with reports emerging that he was stopped by security from boarding the plane for the season-opening trip of the team last week. The NBA had opened an investigation in regards to James Harden’s absence from the 76ers, but he showed up on the team’s bench for their home opener at the Crypto.com Arena yesterday.

Adrian Wojnarowski sent out a tweet about James Harden’s future in the NBA, which read, “BREAKING: The Philadelphia 76ers have agreed on a trade to send guard James Harden to the Los Angeles Clippers, sources tell ESPN.”


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