NBA Trade Rumors, Philadelphia 76ers

Did Ben Simmons’ sister accidentally leak some giant trade news?

Ben Simmons‘ sister may have just teased the 76ers with some massive incoming trade news to come on Tuesday. 

The NBA offseason has already been downright electric, with some huge trades going down which will have a major impact on the 2020-21 season and beyond. With that being said, could some earth-shattering news be coming on Tuesday?

That’s what Philadelphia 76ers fans surely are thinking, as Ben Simmons’ sister took to Twitter on Monday and basically teased some major news that’s set to be on the way on Tuesday. The $1 million question: what in the world is about to go down?

76ers fans everywhere think a big trade is on the way after seeing Ben Simmons’ sister’s tweet

As you can see from the tweet above, Simmons’ sister made it perfectly clear that something is about to go down. While she didn’t offer up any specifics, the Philadelphia faithful indeed are going nuts on Twitter trying to figure out what’s about to happen. We need some answers and we need them now!

Simmons obviously isn’t getting traded, and neither is superstar big man and fan-favorite Joel Embiid. However, could someone else be headed out, with a big-time player getting ready to join the 76ers and new head coach Doc Rivers in their quest to go on a deep postseason run?

Philadelphia feels like it’s only a piece or two away from getting over the hump and putting itself in a position to win the Eastern Conference. With Ms. Simmons’ latest tweet, that piece very well could be on the way sometime soon, perhaps even by Tuesday afternoon.

Stay tuned out there, Philadelphia fans. Something tells us some breaking news may be arriving to your Twitter timelines in the near future.

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