Sure, Love won a chip, signed not one but two $100 million contracts, and got to play in some of the most legit generational Finals rounds, but his game, more so than that of either Irving or James, had to take a backseat to get them there.
Is Harris, how he is playing now, a good fit alongside Maxey, Harden, or Joel Embiid? No. He takes too many shots in the midrange, wastes a ton of clock on ill-fated drives, and has a bizarre perversion taking a catch-and-shoot 3.
No player has been more affected by Ben Simmons’ absence than Tobias Harris. For Harris to rebound off of an unfortunate season and retain his home in the City of Brotherly Love long-term, he really needs to adjust accordingly, like Kevin Love and Chris Bosh did before him, to being the third banana in an offense built around two incredibly high-level offensive players.