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James Harden returns to Philadelphia in $68.8M deal

By Reuters
22 July 2022   |   4:24 pm
Free agent James Harden has agreed to a two-year deal to return to the Philadelphia 76ers. The contract is valued at $68.6m and will see Harden earn $14.5m less this coming season compared to his previous deal. The 2018 NBA Most Valuable Player will take less salary this season in order to help the team improve elsewhere.

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