Winners and losers from Blockbuster 76ers-Clippers Trade James Harden 

The Los Angeles Clippers' pursuit of guard James Harden of the Philadelphia 76ers appeared to be reaching its limits.

But late-night information from ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski revealed that Harden is really headed there.  

Later on, we found out that P.J. Tucker and Filip Petrušev will also be joining Los Angeles as part of the deal, while the 76ers will receive two second-round picks. 

A pick exchange, and an unprotected first-round pick in 2028 along with Marcus Morris Sr., Nicolas Batum, Robert Covington, and Kenyon Martin Jr.

This appears to be a pretty respectable haul for the 34-year-old playmaker, considering the rumored lack of interest in Harden from other suitors around the NBA and a string of seeming errors for his trade value over the last few months.  

Of course, the 10-time All-Star could prove to be worth it if the Clippers can acquire a motivated version of him.

We're breaking out the old "winners and losers" exercise and examining the deal from every angle below to take a closer look.  

Harden achieved his goal. To put it simply, he wins this one.  

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