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On Ben Simmons, fierce fines could seem apparently, he should actually strike at the start of training camps. Most recently reported that the Sixers Star does not want to appear for the season preparation to accelerate a trade.
As Brian Windhorst (espn) explained in his podcast Hoop Collective, a fine of up to $ 1.3 million could be sent to Simmons, he should actually not appear to the training camp of the Sixers. Simmons should have already informed the responsible persons in Philadelphia about his trade desire. Supposedly he even be prepared to strike.
Bobby Marks (Cap expert at espn, Note d. Red.) The thing explained to me, Simmons can get a fine of $ 227,000 for every day he does not show up, says Windhorst. NBA teams usually work in training camp normally six days a week, so he could lose 1.3 million dollars.
But Windhorst has learned from the camp of Simmons that the 25-year-old and his team are ready to respond to this risk. In addition, the insiders emphasized that Simmons will receive his first salary check only in mid-November, therefore only a fine can be obtained. The two sides would therefore have about ten weeks to solve the situation.
Simmons got $ 30.6 million in the past season by the Sixers, the Guard is still under contract for four more years and $ 147 million. Nevertheless, the characters are on farewell to the three times All-Star.
Already after the disappointing playoff-out in the second round against the Atlanta Hawks, a separation indicated. Simmons was even criticized by teammate Joel Embid and Head Coach Doc Rivers for his barely existing offense.
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Trade speculations around the summer over the summer, but so far, the prize demanded by Team President Daryl Morey for Simmons the interested team seems too high. By his trade demand, however, Simmons increased pressure on the Sixers.