Mock trade has Sixers acquiring Lonzo Ball from Bulls in 3-team deal

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The Philadelphia 76ers are a team expected to be in contention for a title in the 2022-23 season. They've been hampered by injuries and inconsistent play, resulting in a 9-9 record, and that's led to some talk that the Sixers might try to make a trade.
The logical option for the Sixers is Tobias Harris trying to delay his big salary. As Philadelphia continues to look to expand their roster and advance in their title quest, they must evaluate all options.
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A bogus trade by Mike O'Connor of The Rights to Ricky Sanchez podcast has resulted in the Sixers acquiring Lonzo Ball and Alex Caruso from the Chicago Bulls in a 3-team deal also involving the Los Angeles Lakers .
The fake trade proposal
Getting sixes: Alex Caruso, Lonzo Ball
Lakers get: Tobias Harris, Matisse Thybulle, Nikola Vucevic
Getting Bulls: Russell Westbrook, Kendrick Nunn, 2027 Lakers first-round pick, 2029 Lakers first-round pick, trades with Sixers 2024 first-round pick, Sixers 2029 first-round pick
O'Connor on why the Sixers are making this deal
The main thing to keep in mind with this trade is that Lonzo may or may not play Ball this season and his health should be seen as an important red flag even after that.
From a Sixers perspective, Caruso serves the Sixers' needs much better than Harris -- he's the type of player who will single-handedly transform your defense -- and Ball is an interesting flyer to move forward. If he returns next season and is about the player he was before the injury, it will be a big win for the Sixers.
Analysis of the deal from the Sixers perspective
The deal makes sense from Philadelphia's perspective. Aside from James Harden and Tyrese Maxey, the Sixers don't have many ball handlers. Shake Milton and De'Anthony Melton are solid, but you can see what the Sixers are missing on the floor. Bringing in Ball and Caruso would help fix that issue and Caruso also adds another full-back, but the biggest concern will be Ball's health.
If Ball doesn't get well, it would be foolish for Philadelphia to move a consistent guy like Harris. The Sixers rely really heavily on the Tennessee veteran to be their glue man and leader on the floor, so while Ball and Caruso would be helpful, it doesn't seem worth it if Ball isn't healthy.
Acting on Harris would be foolish
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Story originally appeared on Sixers Wire
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