Bobby Marks thinks the NBA should investigate the 76ers about James Harden’s new contract
ESPN’s Bobby Marks joined Zach Lowe on The Lowe Post podcast to discuss all of the big deals that have went down since the start of NBA free agency. James Harden, of course, was the topic of discussion.
James Harden Opts Out
Last week, James Harden agreed to take a $15 million payout for next season, which allowed Philadelphia to elevate the rest of their roster around the core of Joel Embiid, Harden, Tyrese Maxey, and Tobias Harris.
Harden opted out of his $47 million player option and now intends on signing a new two-year deal with a player option in Year 2.
Let’s be clear about something before we dive in on exactly what Bobby Marks and Zach Lowe are talking about on this episode of The Lowe Post. At the NBA Trade Deadline, Bobby Marks was on ESPN saying that if James Harden signed a contract extension, it would be the worst contract in NBA History.
Now, on this episode of The Lowe Post, Bobby Marks is furious that James Harden, an “NBA Star” takes a $15 million pay cut and how it sets a bad precedent for the rest of the league.
Bobby Marks aka Bobby Narcs then calls for the NBA to investigate the 76ers and James Harden for working out the pay cut on what he already told us five months ago would be the worst contract in NBA history if the 76ers gave him the max extension.
So which one is it Bobby Narcs?
This is a complete waste of everyone’s time and energy saying that the Sixers should be investigated for tampering.
Bobby Marks is a NBA Deep State Rat
The NBA and media alike absolutely hate James Harden and the Philadelphia 76ers. There’s a constant bias against this basketball team. Then you add Daryl Morey and James Harden into the mix and everyone wants the league to take a closer look at every move the Sixers organization makes.
Give me a break.
Lowe stated that according to his sources, there were no complaints filed to the NBA about the Philadelphia 76ers and James Harden. Obviously. The league won’t file a complaint directly with the Sixers. Another team would have to file a complaint and I highly doubt any other team would want to deal with that in the first place.