Is James Harden going to the Saudi League?
Soccer sensation Kylian Mbappe recently received a staggering offer of $776 million for a one-year contract to play for Al-Hilal, a Saudi Arabian football club.
This incredible offer has ignited a conversation among sporting icons worldwide.
It is worth noting that Mbappe would not be the inaugural top-tier soccer player to depart from major competitions to join the Saudi league.
However, this prompted the question of whether such a potential scenario could unfold in the realm of basketball. Moreover, if it were to happen, speculations arise regarding the ideal candidate to embark on such a remarkable venture. Of course with James Harden’s drama swirling in Philly, there have been rumors of Harden receiving a crazy offer to play in the Saudi League.
This post below has been circulating all over Facebook.
Another one below:
American basketball star James Harden receives an offer of $900M from a Saudi club.
The offer is nine times of his current salary he receives at Philadelphia. This is the first step in the Saudi Basketball League to become the Saudi Super League, as the Saudi Investment Fund seeks to attract American basketball stars.
The spread of misinformation on Social Media is no joke.
In June, James Harden made the decision to exercise the final year of his contract worth $35.6 million, rather than entering free agency with no restrictions.
According to ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski and Ramona Shelburne, the NBA has initiated an investigation into the recent dispute between James Harden and 76ers President of Basketball Operations Daryl Morey in China.
The league’s inquiry aims to determine if Harden’s remarks could be seen as a threat to hold out in the 2023-24 season, which would go against the NBA’s collective bargaining agreement.
Additionally, the investigation will explore whether Harden’s comments alluded to previous contract negotiations that potentially violated salary cap regulations.
What a mess.
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