James Harden's Frustration With Daryl Morey And The Sixers Remains Misplaced 

After demanding a trade from the Sixers this summer, Los Angeles Clippers guard James Harden returned to Philadelphia on Wednesday.   

Harden told reporters about his Sixers time and why he left after his Clippers won 108-107.  

Harden claimed he did everything he could the year before to help the club improve for this city and himself win a championship.  

So it failed. I wanted pay. They remained silent. The way it is. Now proceed."  

Harden showed that his anger at the Sixers and Daryl Morey is unjustified. Harden and the Sixers' breakup was mostly caused by the NBA's tampering rules and new CBA.  

Harden choose a two-year, $68.6 million agreement with the Sixers instead of his $47.4 million player option in 2022.   

Harden provided the Sixers enough salary-cap wiggle room by starting at $33 million instead of $47.4 million, allowing them to sign P.J. Tucker and Danuel House Jr.  

That contractual sacrifice was crucial to their offseason that year, so the NBA investigated if the two sides had a handshake agreement on a future deal.  

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