James Harden's contract with the Philadelphia 76ers has not been finalized. However, it will include a significant 

pay cut for the 2022/23 NBA season so that the Sixers have more cap space to fill the rest of their roster. They used this space 

to sign P.J. Tucker and Danuel house (both Harden's former Houston teammates), were signed along with Trevelin queen.

There are still possible moves. Harden spoke with Yahoo Sports about his motivations for signing a team-friendly

contract. Harden stated that he had spoken with Daryl [Morey, Sixers president of basketball operations], and they

explained how we could improve and what the market value for certain players." I told Daryl to improve our

roster, sign the players we need and then give me any surplus. This is how badly I want to win. I want to be a

champion. At this point, that's all I care about. To make it possible, I will take less. It's easy to take a pay cut if you have

as much money as Harden over the course his career. It's nice to see Harden putting his team first in an era

where loyalty is often secondary. So far, Harden is pleased with the decisions the team has made because he left

some money. He said, "I believe we have a deeper team." We wanted to address that. Our team is well-positioned