NBA Insider Outlines What a Sixers-Clippers James Harden Trade Might Entail 

The Philadelphia 76ers and Los Angeles Clippers are still negotiating a trade for James Harden. Though the two sides have yet to reach an agreement, 

ESPN's Zach Lowe detailed on the September 5 episode of "The Lowe Post" how they could strike an agreement between themselves. 

"If the Clippers put both (of their tradable) first-round picks in, even without (Terance Mann), I think there's a two-team deal that the Sixers would do," Lowe said. 

Lowe stated that the Sixers hope Harden will attend training camp despite his wishes in order to get some value out of him before dealing him. 

"I don't think the two teams have been anywhere close to that kind of deal, which is why I think the only play I see for the Sixers here is bring him to camp, 

hope...he plays pretty well, and the Clippers and some other teams with high expectations sputter over their first 20 games and get desperate." 

On September 6, ESPN's Ramona Shelburne published a report revealing the disagreement between Harden and Daryl Morey behind the scenes. 

Harden responded to Shelburne's story on Instagram the day after the piece was published.  

Harden said on Instagram, "Y'all gotta chill wit these reports," with laughing emojis. He then added, "Imma start reporting s***," with eyes emojis, which was aggregated by The Athletic's Law Murray via his X account. 

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