Philadelphia 76ers star Ben Simmons has still not played a game for the franchise this season. There is no doubt that he is likely awaiting a trade from the franchise, and it seems as though the 76ers themselves are figuring out what package is best in return for the star.
Matt Moore of Action Network has recently revealed that the Philadelphia 76ers offered the Atlanta Hawks the opportunity to acquire Ben Simmons. The Hawks would have to take on Tobias Harris' contract in the proposed transaction, which is viewed as a negative. The Hawks would also have to send out John Collins, Bogdan Bogdanovic, and three first-round picks. However, Moore added that the Hawks "were not interested in such a framework" to acquire Ben Simmons, but added that "their interest in Simmons is very real."