Tobias Harris Rumors

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Tobias Harris
Tobias Harris
Position: F
Born: 07/15/92
Height: 6-8 / 2.03
Weight:226 lbs. / 102.5 kg.
Salary: $32,742,000
Don’t worry about the league’s best friendship: Bobi and Tobi are still doing just fine, according to Harris, who appeared on Fox Sports Detroit’s Let It Fly podcast this week. But it sounds like Marjanovic would like to be reunited with his buddy sooner rather than later, because he recently floated an off-the-wall idea to Harris that had the Sixers’ forward very confused.
Here’s Harris explaining Bobi’s idea, in all its glory: KANE: How’s your buddy Bobi doing? HARRIS: Man, he’s doing well. We probably speak two, three times a week. He’s working on his YouTube channel right now. So he’s getting that started. [Laughs] The other day he was like, ‘Look man, we need to do this.’ So I’m like, ‘Yeah, let’s do it.’ He’s like, ‘Open up the map.’ I’m like, ‘What map?’ He goes, ‘The map on the phone!’ So, alright. And then he’s like, ‘Listen, let’s meet between Dallas and Philly, and do the Bobi & Tobi show.’ I’m like, ‘What? I’m not getting on a plane.’ He goes, ‘Just drive!’ I’m like, ‘I’m not driving eight hours to do your show!’ […] He wants to meet me in Tennessee or something. I don’t know, man.
Tobias Harris is helping out in a gigantic way. The 76ers forward will help support 12 Philadelphia families with mortgage assistance, provide lunch for 250 health-care workers, and distribute 20,000 children’s books for at-home libraries in response to the coronavirus pandemic. Harris has a partnership with Read by 4th. The books for home libraries will go to Read by 4th, whose partners include the People’s Emergency Center, the Philadelphia Housing Authority, Mastery Charter Schools, and churches.
According to a press release, Tobias Harris will donate to Habitat for Humanity of Philadelphia to provide three months of mortgage payment assistance to 12 families experiencing financial hardship in North and West Philadelphia. He’ll also give lunch on Tuesday to 250 health care workers at Temple University Hospital in a partnership with Chick-Fil-A. The final component of Harris’ charitable contributions is a donation of 20,000 children’s books for home libraries in Philadelphia through the Read by 4th program. It’s a fitting donation for Harris, a proud and voracious reader.