Why 76ers are bringing back disgruntled James Harden 

May 3, 2023; Boston, Massachusetts, USA; Philadelphia 76ers guard James Harden (1) reacts after a play against the Boston Celtics in the third quarter during game two of the 2023 NBA playoffs at TD Garden. Mandatory Credit: David Butler II-USA TODAY Sports

The next time Harden inevitably requests a trade, he might want to refrain from leaking his preferred destination and destroying his current team’s leverage.


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