Fail: Daryl Morey attempting to troll Sixers fans on Twitter is embarrassing
Philadelphia 76ers President of Basketball Operations Daryl Morey posted a picture yesterday on July 4th of him standing out in front of a Crumbl Cookies store.
Daryl Morey outside Crumbl Cookies
Honestly, it’s hard to even imagine that Daryl Morey, the head of the Philadelphia 76ers basketball operations would even tweet something like this.
I know that might sound a bit dramatic but think about it.
The lack of self-awareness about the current state of the Sixers and the fact that the entire fanbase is completely fed up with how the current team is constructed apparently doesn’t even cross Morey’s mind as he trolls people on social media like some random, Sixers Twitter content creator.
“It is what it is…”
Okay buddy. I bet.
Oh! And at the same time, you have Joshua Harris with Tobias Harris, James Harden, and Joel Embiid at Michael Rubin’s annual White Party birthday bash over the weekend.
Honestly, it’s just annoying.
The entire fanbase (or what’s left of it) just wants a basketball team that can actually perform in the playoffs and instead, we’re getting an incompetent organization that actually thinks “running it back” next season will be something they can sell to the city of Philadelphia.
The Sixers have lost Shake Milton, Georges Niang, and Jalen McDaniels in free agency already. They have made one signing, agreeing to a one-year contract with veteran shit talker Patrick Beverley. Montrezl Harrell and Dewayne Dedmon (horrible trade deadline acquisition) are also out the door.
The Sixers don’t have a bench unit and nobody wants to trade for James Harden after he picked up his player option with the expectation that he would be traded this summer.
After rumors swirled around Tobias Harris potentially being traded, conflicting reports were released earlier this week stating that the Sixers never had an interest in trading him.
Tyrese Maxey, who was being considered as a key piece in a trade to bring Damian Lillard to Philadelphia, is now considered “untouchable” by the Sixers organization.
So yeah, let’s have the Sixers owner taking photos and videos with Michael Rubin and his three star players in the Hamptons while the president of basketball operations is posing for pictures outside Crumbl Cookie with a t-shirt on that says “It Is What It Is”.
That will go over real well with a fanbase that has been put through hell and back over the past 6+ years with this basketball team.
Great job, Daryl.