Report: 76ers 'gauging interest' for Harris, Thybulle, Korkmaz, Milton, Green


The Philadelphia 76ers are apparently willing and/or trying to trade anyone not named Joel Embiid or Tyrese Maxey.

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According to Keith Pompey of The Philadelphia Inquirer, the Sixers are "gauging interest" around the league in Tobias Harris, Matisse Thybulle, Furkan Korkmaz, Shake Milton, Danny Green, and their 2022 first-round pick.

The Sixers appear focused on building a championship roster on Embiid, who is 28, and Maxey, who is 21.

James Harden, 32, has said he will pick up his $47.3 million player option for the 2022-23 season. Harden has minimal to no trade value coming off of a poor postseason after dealing with nagging hamstring injuries during the regular season.

Harris, 29, is due about $77 million left of his five-year, $180 million contract that he signed in 2019. Harris continues to be a productive player, averaging over 17.0 points per game and shooting 36-plus percent from three over his last three seasons. However, his price tag is a hefty one.

The only asset the would really get the attention of the NBA is Maxey, who is coming off his second NBA season where his scoring went from 8.0 points per game to 17.5.

While big names like Bradley Beal, Zach Lavine, Jimmy Butler, and so on and so forth continue to be speculated on this summer, Daryl Morey and the Sixers will likely have a difficult time acquiring a big time player while keeping Maxey.

And by all accounts, the team has no plans on trading the ascending youngster.

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