Harden is staying in Philadelphia

Philadelphia 76ers star James Harden has decided not to activate the option to extend his contract with the club, which will allow him to receive 47.36 million dollars next season, in order to allow his team, which is expected to remain in its ranks, to strengthen its squad, according to American media. And the Philadelphia Enquirer reported that Harden, who joined the Seventy Sixers last February in a swap deal with the Brooklyn Nets, is willing to accept a salary less than the maximum he can get as a free player in his club’s effort to build a strong team around him and around the Cameroonian. Joel Embiid. The Philadelphia Inquirer revealed that Harden’s former teammate at the Houston Rockets, B. Jay Tucker, is expected to join him in Philadelphia.

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