Sixers Buzz: Joel Embiid is now getting disrespected by Colorado Police Departments
Man, the Philadelphia 76ers and more specifically, Joel Embiid and James Harden are getting little-to-love from other players in the NBA, the media, and now the Parker Police Department.
The examples are endless. Kyrie Irving kicked things off last week saying that James Harden was only “half-in” last season. His teammate Nic Claxton followed shortly after saying the locker room in Brooklyn is much better this year than last year. Jamal Crawford chimed in dissing Maxey, Harris at Harden’s expense, and even today, you had John Wall saying Harden was a bad teammate when he was in Houston.
You’d think that’d be enough, but we’re not done yet.
Hakeem Olajuwon basically told Embiid to stop shooting threes while gushing over Nikola Jokic and of course, the always classic disrespect in the NBA MVP voting for Embiid, which we have talked about constantly here at The Liberty Line.
In our latest example of disrespect we have the Parker Police Department in Colorado replying to Philly sports Twitter accounts on Twitter. Welcome to the Matrix.
Joel Embiid getting Chirped by the Parker Police Dept.
Yep. A Police Department.
Joel Embiid hasn’t scored less that 30 points in a game in the 2023 calendar year. He’s currently averaging 33.6 points in 34 minutes per game this season with 9.8 rebounds and 4.2 assists, while shooting 53% from the floor and 35% from three.