Wholesome 76ers Updates: Joel Embiid looks INCREDIBLE, Tyrese Maxey in the gym, and the rest of the crew balling at Rico Hines runs
A few weeks ago, ESPN’s Ramona Shelburne released a statement saying that Joel Embiid plans on entering the 2023-24 NBA season in the best shape of his life.
Ramona Shelburne on Joel Embiid
Those comments, of course, turned heads and had the rats on social media commenting relentlessly how they have “heard that before” and questioning why Embiid wouldn’t do this every offseason.
The question is valid for sure. But that’s beyond the point right now. We’re trying to move forward while navigating yet another Philadelphia 76ers’ Summer Embarrassment Tour with James Harden causing all types of problems while Daryl Morey can’t seem to build a proper basketball roster.
The point of this post is to address the “best shape of his life” comments from Shelburne in regards to Embiid. Let’s focus on the task at hand, okay?
I can happily report that those comments appear to be true.
In recent posts on social media from Drew Hanlen, Embiid is pictured looking like an absolute SNACK (pause) while training with Jayson Tatum.
Joel Embiid appears to be in AMAZING shape
A few more pictures courtesy of Endure Hoops
This is all I ever wanted this summer from the Philadelphia 76ers. Show me what Embiid is doing to come back better than ever next season and let’s see what the rest of the roster is doing to prepare for next season.
Forget James Ramsey Harden and his “Reek” (Game of Thrones Reference, Look it up) PJ Tucker. Instead, watch Tyrese Maxey working on his craft in hopes to elevate his game to “elite” status this season.
Tyrese Maxey: Unseen Hours
Oh! You want more? No problem at all.
How about De’Anthony Melton, Jaden Springer, Paul Reed, Terquavion Smith, and Ricky Council IV playing in the new 76ers assistant and famous Rico Hines runs.
Our guys have one three straight games!
Now we’re talking!!
Honestly, it’s just better to ignore James Harden and whatever Daryl Morey thinks he’s doing to prepare this team for next season.
Focus on the positives. I promise. You’ll feel much better.