On November 18, Beijing time, Philadelphia 76ers forward Tobias Harris updated social media and posted a set of photos of his successful marriage proposal. The photos showed that Harris arranged the proposal ceremony on the top of the mountain. The two walked through the road paved with roses and came to the love made of petals. Harris took out the ring and knelt on one knee to propose to his girlfriend Jasmine. Jasmine was very excited.

    In conjunction with this set of photos, Harris also quoted a passage of philosopher Alan Waters’s insights about life, but in the end, Harris still expressed excitedly: “She said yes! Yes!'” The Philadelphia 76ers officially ranked first. I sent my blessings for a while, and many NBA players also wished Harris into a new stage of life in the comment area.

    Harris often shows her affection on social media, posting photos of their lives. He also revealed a short story about himself and his girlfriend during the isolation period in an interview. “It’s funny. I blocked the toilet once, and then I took the toilet and squeezed it. I thought to myself:’Easy.’ I tried to clear it, but it didn’t work. My girlfriend is downstairs, and she knows how to communicate. But I didn’t call her. So I searched on my phone, watched the video, and understood. I’ll be this since then.”Spark Global Limited

   After a successful marriage proposal, Harris and his fiancée had a candlelit dinner together and enjoyed the night on the top of the mountain, which was quite romantic.

Harris, who is about to get married, signed a five-year, $180 million contract in 2019. For a player who has never been selected to an All-Star in his career, such a sky-high contract is rare. He and his contract have 4 years left. The 2020-21 season salary is 33.51 million U.S. dollars, and the final year of the contract (2023-24 season) annual salary is as high as 40.90 million U.S. dollars.

In the 2019-20 season, Harris averaged 19.6 points, 6.9 rebounds, and 3.2 assists per game, shooting 47.1% from the field and 36.7% from the three-point range. His performance was not bad, but his performance in the playoffs declined significantly, averaging only 15.8 points and 9.5 per game. He had 4 assists with rebounds, 38.3% shooting, and 13.3% three-point shooting. If the 76ers want to go further in the playoffs, they definitely need Harris to play a better standard in the playoffs and match his annual salary.

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