Again, Howard Eskin Makes a Fool of Himself
Stop me if you’ve heard this one before: Howard Eskin made a fool of himself.
In a Tweet that has now been deleted:
I mean come on. Of course Howard Eskin is just waiting for a tweet notification with something negative about Joel Embiid or Ben Simmons so he can immediately get fake outraged and tweet something out and then “assume Brett Brown” is on board with it.
The story writes itself.
Personally, I knew that was an old picture from last year’s playoffs the second I saw it.
Just to confirm, Kevin Kinkead of Crossing Broad immediately called him out.
This photo is a screen grab, and it’s more than a year old. It’s taken from a TMZ video dating back to last April, during the Brooklyn playoff series. Embiid is wearing the same sweatshirt. https://t.co/csWFVBcSXH https://t.co/slg0Q6nZlj
— Kevin Kinkead (@Kevin_Kinkead) May 15, 2020
He literally wrote an article about it last year with a video link from TMZ.
Really, this isn’t surprising or even blog worthy. It’s expected from Howard Eskin. I highly doubt he even fell for the “fake” tweet but rather saw an opportunity to immediately bash Ben Simmons or in this case, Joel Embiid.
His anti-Sixers agenda is old and played out, much like himself and his other buddy Angelo Cataldi at WIP.