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Good morning! Just one WNBA superteam remains.
The Sixers and James Harden are so over
James Harden and the 76ers decided to break up yesterday. It’s stunning news that will have a butterfly effect on the NBA free agent market, but I keep coming back to this one, small detail from the initial report:
The 76ers made it clear throughout the process that the franchise did not see a long-term future with Harden, sources said.
Oof. It’s a simple (and quite mature) move, but still brutal. Hey, we wanted to let you know as soon as possible that we don’t want you. Thanks. You never really want such clarity from a partner when they’re breaking up with you, right? But the Sixers left nothing to the imagination.
Harden will move on from Philly, two early playoff exits after he forced a trade from Brooklyn. Yesterday’s news was a little surprising too, because entering this offseason, we all thought it would be Harden leaving the Sixers — the Houston reunion was discussed often — and not the other way around.
- Where’s he heading? Late last night, Sam Amick published the definitive account of what went wrong between the Sixers and Harden, who’s upset about how everything went down. The Clippers are the early favorite and are his desired destination. The Knicks and Heat have also been mentioned.
- What’s Philly up to? Sixers head man Daryl Morey is aggressively trying to build a winner while Joel Embiid is still in his prime. Harden should bring back a nice trade haul.
Over on The Bounce, out later this morning, Zach Harper cooked up some realistic trade package ideas. The Athletic NBA Show also sketched out six possible trades for Harden:
Expect this to dominate conversation for the next week as free agency begins. Keep up with the latest on our live blog here.
Just one superteam?
The Aces thumped the Liberty last night, 98-81, staking their claim as the best of the WNBA superteams. It was a crowning moment for Las Vegas, which sits in first place in the Western Conference and becomes just the third team in WNBA history to start 14-1. Sabreena Merchant laid out why this game showed the Aces stand alone.
NHL Draft wraps up
We are officially finished with our second draft of the summer, and Scott Wheeler has the ultimate winners and losers list. Good job, Columbus, San Jose, Seattle and Philadelphia. And there are still talented players out there — see this top 15 undrafted players list for more on that. Also, we’re apparently into drafts, as this edition was the NHL’s most-viewed on record.
NFL’s big suspensions day
The NFL indefinitely suspended four players yesterday for gambling violations, adding to a laundry list of gambling-related penalties this offseason. Two Colts players, cornerback Isaiah Rodgers and defensive end Rashod Berry, were both released after the news. Elsewhere, Jaguars lineman Cam Robinson caught a four-game suspension for violating the league’s policy on performance-enhancing substances. Rough day.
So much for the Kings’ free-agent splash
Sacramento re-signed Harrison Barnes to a three-year, $54 million contract extension yesterday, a worthy reward for a player who’s seen the franchise at both its peak and nadir. Barnes is the picture of stability: 15 points per game, around 40 percent from 3 and solid defense. Many wondered if the Kings would pursue big names like Draymond Green or Jerami Grant, but this probably pushes them out of that market. Read more on the implications here.
Things You Need to See
F in chugging class
Yes, we expressed disappointment in these digital pages about the latest edition of “The Match,” a celebrity golf outing series that has slowly deleted actual pro golfers from its participants. I will admit last night’s edition — which pitted the Chiefs’ Travis Kelce and Patrick Mahomes against the Warriors’ Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson — gave us some fun moments.
Best among these was Draymond Green, who showed up to support his Warriors teammates and attempted to chug a beer:
It was an all-around losing effort. Mahomes and Kelce wiped the floor with the Dubs in the actual competition. Still, it was fun.
Nicole Auerbach and Brody Miller published an illuminating tribute to Buddy Teevens, the Dartmouth football coach who’s had an outsized impact on football at large and a contact list that “could rival the pope.” Teevens is fighting for his life after a tragic accident. Take some time for this one.
MLB All-Star teams are here, and we have some curious selections. It’s a weird year for the All-Star Game though, as Ken Rosenthal points out.
Sam Vecenie has draft grades for every NBA team. Sorry, Bulls fans.
In case you missed it, we had a huge transfer in Premier League soccer yesterday: Manchester United finally poached Mason Mount from Chelsea. Our UK team has a full explainer on the move here.
I love the framing of this: The secret life of baseball’s anonymous clock watchers who, in the pitch clock era, are deciding the pace of the game. Intrigue! Jen McCaffrey infiltrates the shadowy cabal of part-time employees who perform one of the most important jobs in baseball.
J.J. Watt isn’t staying away from football long.
On a similar note: Richard Deitsch tried to explain Tom Brady’s media strategy in his latest mailbag.
College cornhole? Don’t count it out. The casual outdoor game is gaining steam as a legitimately competitive sport.
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