Denver Nuggets beat writers, fans have already started crying about Joel Embiid, 76ers
Earlier this week, the NBA released the 2022-23 regular season schedule. The Philadelphia 76ers will play 34 games (wow) on national television this year, starting things off with NBA Opening Night in Boston against the Celtics.
The 76ers were also given a coveted Christmas Day game at Madison Square Garden against the New York Knicks. Upon the release, the people out in Denver immediately started complaining, as they normally do, about the 76ers and Joel Embiid.
Here’s Harrison Wind, apparent cry baby, and DNVR beat writer for the Nuggets, having a hissy fit on Twitter about what he calls a “pity” MVP campaign.
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Honestly, I have no idea where these losers from Denver even have ground to stand on when saying there’s a “pity campaign” in place for Joel Embiid.
The NBA Hates The Process. Everyone knows that. Pretending like the NBA is on Joel Embiid’s side in any situation is downright embarrassing. I don’t have to even begin to dive into the countless examples of disrespect that has been thrown the 76ers and Embiid’s way over the years.
If you’re reading this, you know very well where The Liberty Line stands on the NBA Deep State, “They Hate The Process”, and the hidden agenda against Daryl Morey, the 76ers, Embiid and even James Harden.
The obvious reason that the 76ers are featured on the national stage above the Denver Nuggets is because that Joel Embiid and the 76ers are a better basketball team and have more attraction than whatever the statsexuals believe Nikola Jokic is.
Jokic can’t be marketed for shit and according to every major media outlet not named DNVR Sports, the 76ers are one of six teams that should actually be considered contenders heading into the 2022-23 season.
I can’t believe we already have to hear from people in Denver about Joel Embiid. It’s the middle of August. Here in Philadelphia, we’re focused on the start of the regular season for the 76ers, Jalen Hurts and the Eagles, and a Phillies playoff run.
Go outside and climb a mountain or something. Just leave Philadelphia and Joel Embiid alone.
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