This Cavs-Sixers blockbuster trade is centered around Ben Simmons

The Philadelphia 76ers are one of the hottest teams in the NBA. They are looking like the real deal in the Eastern Conference early on and are hoping it stays this way. As we approach the NBA trade deadline, Philadelphia could decide to make a big splash move to build fully around Joel Embiid.

So far this season, Joel Embiid has taken his game to the next level. He is looking like an MVP candidate. The emergence of Tobias Harris is something that, while unexpected, is extremely welcomed by the 76ers, too. This also helps in terms of his contract. Doc Rivers has his team playing good basketball early in the season and are turning people into believers.

The Cleveland Cavaliers are on the other side of the spectrum. They are a rebuilding team lead by two young guards in the backcourt in Collin Sexton and Darius Garland. There has been far more upside displayed by Sexton as he is averaging 25.2 points and 4.2 assists with tremendous efficiency. Could Garland be used as a trade piece?

Veteran players like Kevin Love and Andre Drummond could be on their way out as we approach the NBA trade deadline. However, neither would be a clean fit for the 76ers. This is a chance for Cleveland to create an intriguing duo in the backcourt for the future.

Ben Simmons going to Cleveland would certainly shake things up in the Eastern Conferencel. Let’s take a look at what it might take for this blockbuster deal to happen.

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