Fans of the Warriors, don’t hold out too much hope. But it may be too late.
Ben Simmons’ chances of wearing blue and gold this season seemed to have suffered a major blow on Thursday, when The Athletic Report Since the initial meeting before draft night in July, the Golden State Warriors and Philadelphia have not spoken. However, the Dubs team still takes a steady bet as the most popular odds.
The Warriors lead the betting market with +300, According to OddsChecker, Followed by Minnesota (+400), Sacramento (+600), Toronto (+800), San Antonio (+800) and Portland (+1100). Since mid-August, the Golden State Warriors’ odds have remained stable, but the Raptors have fallen from where they were once a favorite team to +250.
According to OddsChecker’s data, +300 means that the Warriors have a 25% chance to trade the 76ers star who is said to be dissatisfied. But this is just a set of odds: According to the sports line, Timberwolves (+300), Kings (+400), Trailblazers (+700) and Warriors (+700) have greater or equal chances of landing Simmons.
According to multiple reports, Simmons has been asked to be traded, but an odds setter believes that market trends indicate that bettors simply do not believe that he will be traded.
“Considering that the odds for teams hoping to trade Ben Simmons have gone backwards, the probability of him eventually staying in Philadelphia seems greater than ever,” OddsChecker’s Kyle Newman Tell the 76ers blog Liberty Ballers.
According to reports, Simmons told the 76ers that if he was still in the training camp at the beginning of September 28, he would not appear in the training camp.If it depends on Simmons, he will It is said that I prefer The destination is California.
If the Warriors are interested, this gives Bob Myers nearly a month to reach an agreement.
According to a report in The Athletic on Thursday, the two sides remained silent during the pre-draft discussions. At the time, it was reported that Philadelphia requested Andrew Wiggins, James Wiseman, their two first-round picks this year and two futures. The first round of the draft pick.