Ben Simmons Likes Skip Bayless Tweet Mocking James Harden

Ben Simmons Likes Skip Bayless Tweet Mocking James Harden

Ben Simmons has a lot of guts to go after James Harden after bailing on Embiid and leaving KD and Kyrie hanging but he that school of thought failed to occur to him as he dived into Skip Bayless’ Twitter account with him liking his tweet on Harden

For almost a year, he has done nothing but collect money and hang around with Maya Jama. The Beard didn’t play well, but Ben Simmons’ lack of self-awareness in calling him out for it is astounding.

Harden will never be the same man from the Rockets, according to Joel Embiid.

Skip Bayless’ Tweet Mocking James Harden Gets Ben Simmons’ Approval

When James Harden went from the Rockets to the 76ers, Joel Embiid expected him to be exceptional. But it appears he was mistaken, as he’s since discovered James isn’t the same player he was with the Rockets.

Joel had hoped for more from James Harden, but that is not the case right now, and he appears dissatisfied.

Joel Embiid had hopes of contending for an NBA title with a great guard in town before James Harden joined the 76ers. When Harden joined the team, it appeared like the final piece of the championship puzzle had arrived. Harden’s scoring skill had brought the Rockets close to championships on several occasions, but they had never made it.


Embiid told reporters after Miami eliminated Philadelphia with a 99–90 Game 6 triumph on Thursday that fans may have to modify their perceptions of Harden in the 76ers’ offense.

Obviously, since we got him, everyone anticipated him to be the Houston James Harden, but that’s not who he is now, according to Embiid. He’s more of a game creator. Simmons just underwent back surgery for a mental barrier, according to him.



Harden, who was traded to the Nets in a multi-player deal that included Simmons, went just 4 of 9 from the field in Game 6 and failed to score on either of his second-half shots. It was the high-scoring superstar’s latest disappointing showing since he was meant to be the anti-Simmons. And help the Sixers win a championship.

The beginning of Simmons’ Philly demise was his shooting reluctance. It led to an offseason packed with media criticism after Joel Embiid and Doc Rivers slammed the point guard following the 76ers’ elimination against the Hawks last season. The Australian star did not play in the 2021-22 season due to mental health and back difficulties.

The 25-year-old attempted to play in Game 4 of the Nets’ first-round series with the Celtics but opted for surgery to repair a herniated L-4 disc instead. The Nets expect him to be a consistent contributor next season.


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