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Philadelphia 76ers Offseason Plan - Acquires Jrue Holiday & Norman Powell, Sent James Harden To The Clippers.


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+2 players ($46.7m),
Cap Impact - $154K

+1  Wins

-8.44  MPG

+1.86  Off.

+0.64  Def.



+2 players ($54.9m) +1 pick,
Cap Impact + $2.8M

+ 0  Wins

-14.09  MPG

+2.30  Off.

-0.34  Def.

76ers Trade Deals

  • 76ers Sent James Harden and P.J Tucker To The Clippers For Norman Powell, Robert Covington, Marcus Morris & 2028 Lottery Protected Frp

  • 76ers Then Sent Marcus Morris, Robert Covington, Furkan Korkmaz, 2029 Frp, 2030 Lottery Protected Frp(Via Clippers), 2028 Pick Swap Rights, and Multiple Srp To The Blazers For Jrue Holiday

Trade Explanation


  • The Organization Is Very Interested In Jrue Holiday Right Now and Is Their Top Priority. So It Will Not Be That Surprising If He Really Got Traded There. The 76ers' Only Way Of Obtaining Him Is Probably Trading Harden and FO Would Be Very Willing To Do Just That, based on Reports. 76ers Also Receive Powell On This 3 Teamer Who Is A Really Good Rotational Piece and Can Give The 76ers Team More Offensive Power. This Potentially Upgraded Them If We Are Being Honest. Also, Harden Would Finally Stop Sulking.


  • They Got Some Salary Fillers That They Could Use For Future Trade Purposes And Acquired Nice Amount Of Draft Capital. I Think They Can Consider This Haul For Jrue, Will Not Be Surprised If They Manage To Pull Better Offers Though.


  • They Acquired One Of The League's Best Point Guards, The Beard. Well, No Need To Further Explain But This Team Would Be Very Very Good. A Harden-Westbrook-George-Kawhi Big 4 Is Really Nice And Definitely Has A Very Legitimate Chance Of Winning The Title(Just pls be healthy) So Yeah, They Acquired PJ Tucker On The Deal As Well Who Is A Decent Rotational Player and Can Give The Clippers More Veteran Experience.

Projected Starters

Pg: Jrue

Sg: Maxey

Sf: Oubre

Pf: Tobias

C: Embiid

Projected Bench

Pg: Melton/Beverley

Sg: Powell

Sf: Springer

Pf: Reed

C: Bamba