Philadelphia is under investigation for Harden's contract

The Philadelphia 76erss and player James Harden are under investigation by the NBA for their dealings in bringing in reinforcements this summer.

Namely, Philadelphia stepped up for PJ Tucker, Danuel House and James Harden, who extended their cooperation, and this is exactly what was at the center of the investigation.

The decision of the experienced player to give up 14 million dollars from the contract for the next season is disputed, and instead of the 47 million he would earn in one year, he will earn 33 million per season with this decision, and this is doubtful for the leaders of the best league in the world.

On this move, Harden decided that the team from Philadelphia would use the rest of the money to sign PJ Tucker and Danuel House, and this is completely legitimate, however, league leaders believe that the next contract has already been agreed upon, which would be a violation of the collective agreement.

Teams were not allowed to talk to free agents until June 30.

For now, the president of basketball operations Daryl Morey has been invited to the interview, and it can be expected that other members of the organization will be invited.

Let’s remember that the Serbian basketball player Bogdan Bogdanovic found himself in a similar story when the Milwaukee Bucks wanted to hire him.

He was a restricted free agent at the time, and the Bucks were punished by losing their second pick.

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