Brooklyn Nets head coach Steve Nash has said on multiple times this week that a James Harden substitute to Philadelphia isn’t occurring, and that Harden is dedicated to the franchise, but the reviews from outside the Nets organization delight in a extraordinarily diversified in actuality feel.
ESPN’s Brian Windhorst said on Wednesday that the Nets and 76ers are “within the deal zone” on a doable Harden for Ben Simmons swap.
“I do know there’s people announcing things on the report, attempting to act respect that’s no longer occurring, but it's miles fully occurring. There is undeniable motivation from both facets to sort this descend into screech.”
Windhorst also said that Harden has clearly signaled to the Nets that he now no longer wants to be in Brooklyn.
“He's screaming in every plan he presumably can ‘I don’t must be right here, opt up me out of right here.”
Following the 76ers’ loss to the Suns on Tuesday night, coach Doc Rivers said the team needs so that you can add one other guard.
“We desire a degree guard, and we’re taking a search for, but they don’t grow on trees.”