• NBA free agency: James Harden willing to reduce annual salary to give 76ers more flexibility, per report

    1 month ago - By CBSSports

    This is the right compromise between Harden and the Sixers
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  • AP source: Harden declines $47M option with Philadelphia

    1 month ago - By TORONTO STAR


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  • James Harden declines player option, will negotiate new deal with 76ers

    1 month ago - By Yardbarke

    Harden passed on his $47.3 million option to save the Sixers some money this offseason, offering cap flexibility for the free-agency period.
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  • James Harden declines $47 million option with eye on helping 76ers

    James Harden declines $47 million option with eye on helping 76ers

    1 month ago - By New York Post

    James Harden is taking one for the team.
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  • James Harden contract: 76ers star declines $47.3M option for 2022-23, reportedly will sign new deal with team

    1 month ago - By CBSSports

    Harden opened up some financial flexibility for Philadelphia by declining his option
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  • 3 Instant Reactions to James Harden Declining $47.4M 76ers Contract Option

    1 month ago - By Bleacher Report

    On Wednesday, star point guard James Harden reportedly
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  • James Harden declining player option on 76ers contract

    1 month ago - By ProBasketballTalk

    James Harden already said he's staying with the 76ers.
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  • James Harden Declines Option, Plans To Remain With Sixers

    1 month ago - By Hoops Rumors

    Sixers guard James Harden is declining his $47,366,760 player option for the 2022/23 season, according to Shams Charania of The Athletic. However, Harden intends to re-sign with Philadelphia on a new contract that gives the team some added cap flexibility to improve its roster in free agency, Charania adds.
    Multiple reports leading up to Harden's free agency indicated that he would likely pick up his player option and then sign a short-term extension with the Sixers. However, in recent days, there has been increasing chatter about Philadelphia using its full non-taxpayer mid-level...
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