James Harden

In contract negotiations with the Philadelphia 76ers, James Harden isn’t playing hardball; he just wants “whatever is left over,” per ESPN. “Daryl [Morey, the team’s president] explained to me how we could improve and what the market worth was for certain of our players.

So I urged Daryl to work on strengthening the roster, sign the players we need, and then give me the money that’s left over “Yahoo Sports spoke with Houston Rockets star James Harden. “This is how much I crave victory. The goal is to win a championship. That’s all I care about right now. In order to get us there, I’m willing to sacrifice a little more.”

Embiid and Harden teamed up with the 76ers after the Nets moved them in February. Philadelphia’s postseason demise came at the hands of injuries to star center Joel Embiid and star guard James Harden, as well as a decreased Harden performance.

Embiid claimed after the Sixers’ series defeat to the Miami Heat that the team needs a guy with the toughness of P.J. Tucker. During the offseason, Philadelphia signed Tucker to a three-year contract and brought in Danuel House and De’Anthony Melton to boost the team’s depth. He rejected his $47.3 million option to become a free agent, but Harden has solely been interested in remaining in Philadelphia.

“I think we have a much deeper team,” Houston Rockets star Chris Harden stated. “In order to address that, we convened a meeting. In light of our current roster, we appear to be in a position to make significant progress. I’m pleased with how our squad compares to the rest of the best.”

Embiid and Harden have been a driving force behind the 76ers’ success, according to Harden.

Despite ugly ending, James Harden still talking about his love for Houston

“I talk to Joel a lot, and we have talks about how we’re going to play and what we need to do to help our team win a championship,” Harden stated. “You can’t go wrong with two of the best players in their positions on the same squad. As a team, we’ll grow and strive to be the best. Together, I’m confident we can succeed.”

In spite of his Hall of Fame-worthy achievements, including an MVP award, three scoring titles, and 10 All-Star appearances, Harden is still searching for his first championship. He has only made it to the NBA Finals once, in 2012, when he was a member of the Thunder.

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