Ben Simmons Quit On LSU: Why Is He Not Playing Yet? 

As per sports podcaster Adam Zagoria, Ben Simmons has quit LSU and is heading to Phoenix to await the NBA Draft. As a result, he is not playing at the moment.

Simmons, who was highly expected to begin the NBA draft already before joining LSU in November 2014, says he'll pursue the league and enlist with an agent.

Ben's father, David, talked with the Advocate that his son will join the draft on June 23 and that finding an agent "should not be far distant."

He was highly linked with signing with Klutch Sports Group in Cleveland before. Simmons will sacrifice his remaining three years of school availability by negotiating with an agency.

Whats Wrong With Ben Simmons? 

Ben Simmons has been ruled out from Game 4 against the Celtics on Monday, as per the Nets. 

He missed the third regular season and has yet to appear in the postseason because of a disc herniation in his back.

Simmons was bound to make his professional debut in Game 4 against the Celtics, as per The Athletic. Earlier to that, it was rumored that Simmons wanted to return during Games 4 and 6.

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Ben Simmons Career Explored 

During his rookie year, Ben Simmon played in the first game of a five-game visit to Australia for the LSU Tigers men's team. 

He signed the NBA draft in 2016, missing his last three years of college. The same week, he got a partnership with sports agency Klutch Spots.

Ben signed a good contract with the 76ers. His best season was the 2017/18 NBA season, where he became the 3rd freshman to score 500 rebounds, 500 assists, and 1000 points. 

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Ben Simmons Net Worth In 2022 Revealed

Ben Simmons's net worth is estimated at six million dollars as of 2022. His primary source of income comes from basketball.

The point guard/power forward got a dual arrangement with the Philadelphia 76ers in July 2019 that pays him a stunning 35.4 million dollars per year. 

Apart from that, he also earns a small amount from sponsorship and endorsements with Nike. He enjoys a lavish lifestyle due to his successful basketball career.