He has not been present with the team since Sunday, according to the report, and it is unclear “when and if” he will return to the team as he awaits a trade.
This comes just eight days away from the 76ers’ season opener against the Bucks on Oct. 26.
Harden has called general manager Darryl Morey “a liar” and said that he will never play for a team run by him again.
President of basketball operations Daryl Morey sits with his new acqusition, James Harden.
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Harden exercised his option this offseason and is looking for a long-term contract that would pay him upwards of $200 million
He is set to be a free agent after this season but doesn’t appear to be interested in waiting that long for a new deal.
He is slated to make $35.6 million this season as part of a discounted contract that he took last season to help the team sign forward PJ Tucker.
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