Who allowed George Karl to share is horrible opinion on the NBA MVP and Joel Embiid on the radio?
Someone decided to let Hall of Fame coach George Karl on the radio to share his opinion on Joel Embiid and the NBA MVP Award.
George Karl sounding stupid on the radio
“I don’t want to bad mouth Embiid, because I think he’s really really good… But he takes too many possessions off. He has lazy body language. He gets angry at things that we don’t understand why.”
“I don’t want to bad mouth Embiid because he’s really good…but….”
Yeah okay, George Karl. Whatever you say, bud.
Is he talking about “taking possessions off” because Embiid hasn’t had to play in the fourth quarter in three of the Sixers’ last four games? That would be the only logical explanation there.
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As for body language, sure. Embiid is a showman and at times, he likes to overstate injuries and be dramatic about calls and the way he carries himself on the court, even more so when he misses a foul shot.
Regardless, when did body language have anything to do with winning the NBA MVP? Plus, no one expects George Karl to understand much of anything, let alone why Joel Embiid get’s angry on the basketball court.
It’s a non-factor.
But honestly, what did you really expect from George Karl, an NBA Deep State lizard who spent his entire life as the coach of the Denver Nuggets?
Of course he was going to hop on the radio and say some ridiculous statement about Embiid “taking possessions off” with 12 games left in the regular season and Joel overtaking Nikola Jokic as the favorite to with the NBA MVP Award.
As far as I’m concerned, the race for the MVP is already over. The Philadelphia 76ers are 9-1 in the month of March while the Denver Nuggets are 4-5.
Embiid is dominating Jokic in March and no, I don’t give a shit that he has more assists.
Joel Embiid in March
- 36.1 PPG
- 8.8 RPG
- 2.3 BPG
Nikola Jokic in March
- 25.4 PPG
- 13.2 RPG
- 9.2 APG
They The Process. The NBA Deep State is Real. Unfortunately, much like the presidential election in 2016, the Deep State has reacted too slowly to the sudden Embiid/Sixers surge and the MVP should already be completely out of reach for anyone who dares to challenge The Process.