Cleveland Cavaliers attempt to steal 76ers’ “Big Energy” chain, proving they will do anything to stay relevant in the East
The Philadelphia 76ers are riding the ultimate wave right now with the addition of James Harden. They have absolutely dominated over the last two games, which featured incredible performances from Harden, Embiid, and Tyrese Maxey.
The Sixers are now winners of three straight games and sit in third place in the Eastern Conference standings, 1.5 games behind the second-place Chicago Bulls and 2.5 games behind the East-leading Miami Heat.
There’s no doubt that the National Basketball Association and its fans have been put on notice. You have everyone outside of Sixers fans complaining about free-throw volume. Some idiot named Jason McIntyre was talking about God knows what on Undisputed this morning and everyone suddenly has an opinion on the new-look 76ers.
Now I’m seeing images of the Cleveland Cavaliers debuting a “Junkyard Dog chain.” For those not familiar, the Philadelphia 76ers did this already. Real original Cleveland. The Cavs are currently in fourth place in the Eastern Conference and a game behind the 76ers.
Do they think ripping off some locker room gimmicks will help them maintain their spot in the standings? I highly doubt it.
76ers Big Energy Chain
Cleveland Cavaliers chain
Honestly, that’s a pretty weak rip-off version of the big energy chain, Cleveland. Not to mention, the 76ers absolutely own you dorks, and Embiid already embarrassed your center once this season.
Does anyone actually think that the Cleveland Cavaliers are contenders this season? I could care less about them, to be honest. They aren’t making any noise in the playoffs regardless of where they finish.
The East will run through Philadelphia and/or Milwaukee. Everyone else is just along for the ride. The copy-cat chains won’t save you, Cleveland, and neither will Jarrett Allen, and whoever else currently plays for your overrated squad.
Mandatory Credit: Philadelphia Inquirer