Ben Simmons returned to Philly, but still put his Moorestown house up for sale over the weekend
Yesterday was a wild day for Ben Simmons news. First, we had ourselves a Woj bomb stating that the 76ers and Klutch Sports rat Rich Paul were in discussions to bring Ben Simmons back to Philadelphia. From there, in the dark hours of the night, we got more information about Ben Simmons returning to Philadelphia. In fact, he did return before tip off of the 76ers-Nets game in South Philadelphia.
Simmons flew into Philly last night and showed up unannounced to the Wells Fargo Center before tip-off to get the mandatory COVID-19 test the NBA requires for a player to return to team activities. Literally, no one knew that Ben Simmons was coming back to Philadelphia, which raised a lot of questions on who was calling the shots in the Simmons camp on how to handle the on-going hold out situation.
Through all of the chaos, Ben Simmons did put his Moorestown house up for sale over the weekend. Luckily for the city of Philadelphia, Keith Pompey actually went to the house to confirm that there was a “For Sale” sign outside of Ben Simmons’ mansion.
Simmons is back in Philadelphia and no one really knows why. Will he be joining the team? Is he there just to stop the fines? Has he finally turned his back on Klutch Sports and said “enough is enough”? No one really knows. His apartment was put up for sale last week and now his house is up for sale.
Who the hell knows what’s actually going on with Ben Simmons and the Sixers organization. I sure don’t. Luckily we do have Sixers beat-writers on the ground and keeping us updated with all Ben Simmons real estate news.
I’ll leave you with some killer photos of the house.