Saturday, May 28 2022

The Philadelphia 76ers are one of the more talented teams in the league, which is why they are in the mix for the Eastern Conference title. Led by a star duo of Joel Embiid and — for now — Ben Simmons, the Sixers are always a fun team to watch.

Add borderline All-Star Tobias Harris to those two and the Sixers are led by their own version of a big three. Harris is one of the league’s more efficient scorers, and he serves as a good complement to the star duo due to his shot-making ability.

How do they compare to some of the other big threes in the league? HoopsHype put together a list of the top big threes in the NBA based on their 2K ratings and the Sixers came in tied for 5th with the Denver Nuggets. Embiid, Simmons and Harris have a combined 2K average of 88.0.


Next up are the Philadelphia 76ers led by their three top guys Joel Embiid, Ben Simmons and Tobias Harris. Enjoy them while you can, as it’s unclear how much longer Simmons will be a part of this big three, but for now, they’re at No. 6 in NBA 2K22.

As mentioned, who knows how long Simmons will be a part of this trio? The odds are that the 25-year old will be moved before the season begins on Oct. 20 and Philadelphia will have to figure out what to do from there when it comes to finding value for the embattled star.

This post originally appeared on Sixers Wire! Follow us on Facebook!


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