Real estate ad for this New Jersey mansion hides a hilarious twist to the NBA storyline | This is the loop

9 Miller Court, Moorestown, New Jersey. Five beds, six baths. 10,477 square feet of high-end appliances, Cambria quartz countertops, and floor-to-ceiling wine walls blooming into an impressive grand lobby with a spiral staircase ascending from its center. All of this and more could be yours for just $ 4,999,999.

Now, at this point, you might be wondering: what kind of small-scale CEO or TV actor would occupy such an extravagant home in southwest New Jersey? What former owner could have mixed up those hallways late at night wearing nothing but a pair of Italian slippers? Well, folks, keep scrolling through the photos. Your response is waiting.

That’s right. This is not a cheesesteak mogul’s palace, planted just outside of Philadelphia. It’s owned by a certain Ben Simmons, and if you know something about what’s going on with Simmons and Sixers right now, then you also know that nothing could be funnier.

Earlier this week, Simmons returned to the 76ers after officially requesting a trade this summer. He sank on his heels, insisted he wanted to get out, but nothing materialized and he had no choice but to return to the fold. He lasted a whole day before being thrown out by Doc Rivers and suspended for conduct detrimental to the team, seen training with his cell phone in his pocket, refusing to snuggle up with his teammates and ultimately refusing to participate in any defensive exercises.

Now his McMansion, filled with a dedicated “Simmo the Savage” room, has appeared on the market for Big Five. It’s almost too perfect to believe.

We have no idea what the market is for Jersey properties lined with photos of Ben Simmons. (Who hangs pictures of themselves in their own home !? Is it a little ?! We have so many questions!). We have no idea if or when 9 Miller Court will be sold. But it now seems clear, thanks to NBA Insider Adrien Wojnarowski Trulia, that Simmons’ days in Philadelphia are truly numbered.

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