Harden-Morey Feud Explodes, 76ers Star Calls Team President a Liar

James Harden, the disgruntled star of the Philadelphia 76ers, has slammed team president Daryl Morey as a "liar" in a recent interview.

Harden's comments come after Morey reportedly told the media that Harden was "happy" in Philadelphia and that he was "not looking to be traded."

Harden rejected Morey's assertions, stating he has been unhappy in Philadelphia for a while and has been attempting to be dealt since before the season.

Harden also accused Morey of lying about his commitment to building a championship team in Philadelphia.

Harden's comments have further strained relations between him and the 76ers, and it is unclear if he will remain with the team beyond this season.

Harden is under contract with the 76ers for two more seasons, but he has a player option for the second season.

It is possible that Harden could force a trade before the deadline if he does not get his wish to be traded.

The 76ers could also look to trade Harden if they feel that he is no longer committed to the team.

The situation with Harden is a major distraction for the 76ers, who are currently in first place in the Eastern Conference.

The 76ers will need to find a resolution to the Harden situation soon if they want to contend for a championship this season.