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Just under four years ago, the Philadelphia 76ers signed Tobias Harris to a five-year, $180 million deal. Thus far, he’s spent all of those years in Philadelphia and is set to make $39 million next season, ranking among the top 20 salaries around the league (before a new wave of contracts this summer). Harris is a good player, but he’s never approached consistent All-Star production throughout his contract, has often struggled in the playoffs and has been a fourth option the past 1.5 years since James Harden joined the Sixers.
With only one year remaining and fresh off a poor second-round series against the Boston Celtics, it seems as plausible as ever that he could be dealt over the offseason. So, do you think he’ll be moved? Let us know!