JJ Redick suggests the 76ers sign James Harden on a smaller contract 👀 | SportsCenter

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JJ Redick suggests the 76ers sign James Harden on a smaller contract 👀 | SportsCenter

JJ Redick joins SportsCenter to discuss whether the Philadelphia 76ers should look to James Harden to a supermax contract extension.

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