James Harden and Houston Rockets have a possible reunion after this season

James Harden and Houston Rockets have a possible reunion after this season

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The Philadelphia 76ers are 17-12 so far this season, which ranks third in the Atlantic Division and fifth in the Eastern Conference. Injuries have hit the Sixers hard this season, and their best players have missed all time. One of those players is James Harden, who has already missed 14 games and played in 15 this season. The 10-time All-Star’s ultimate goal is to win an NBA championship, but he has been linked with the Houston Rockets.

Harden is in his second season with the Sixers and has only played 36 games. Fifteen of those were last year and the other 21 were after the trade deadline, when the Sixers traded Ben Simmons, Seth Curry and two unprotected first-round picks for James Harden. If he fails to win a championship this season, insiders have linked Harden back with the Rockets.

NBA betting sites have the Sixers at (+2000) to win the Finals this season.

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If this season fails, James Harden could be back in Houston for 2023-24

James Harden spent nine seasons with the Houston Rockets, playing 621 of his 957 career games there. This is also the franchise where Harden was a three-time scoring champion and won league MVP in 2017-18. Earlier this season, Harden spoke openly about the fact that he only has one more title left in the NBA. He left Houston to pursue that dream with the Nets, then left after two seasons and went to his current home, the Sixers.

Speaking on an ESPN podcast, Tim McMahon said a James Harden return to Houston next season is within the realm of possibility.

“They have about $60 million in Cap Space this summer. This isn’t Oklahoma City, Salt Lake City, or San Antonio. This is Houston, a potentially desirable free agent market… There’s already been a lot of gossip and argument, ‘Hey, if things aren’t working out in Philly, keep an eye on James Harden in Houston.’” – Tim McMahon

McMahon mentions that this may seem far-fetched for either party, but crazier things have actually happened in the NBA. The Sixers will play the Detroit Pistons at home tonight.

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