It didn’t take long for 76’s Joel Embiid and Timberwolves ’Karl-Anthony Towns to spark entertaining praise.
Joel Embiid entered the 76ers ’squad for Saturday night for the first time since mid-March, and the timing couldn’t have been much better. Four times the star, who was recovering from a knee injury, was able to play against his old friend Karl-Anthony Towns.
Friend? No, it doesn’t seem right. Perhaps it would be more accurate to describe the Timberwolves center as Embiid’s basketball rival.
Rapid Renewal: In October 2019, it was Embiid and Towns expelled from the game when they fell to the ground he saw the great man exchanging blows after a quarrel. Them then he negotiated harsh verbal jab on social media, and each player he got a two-game break For his duties in the “court dispute” and for his “continuous increase” in the network.
Does this mean that Embiid and Herria really hate each other? No, probably not, but the rivalry they see makes them lively and entertaining.
In the first half of Saturday’s competition, Towns put Embiid on a one-handed poster, and he told Embiid about it.
Embiid later responded with a quick cross from the Town, creating contact and finishing the balance shot. Triple H and Shawn Michaels celebrated with a bunch of crunchy steak that they would be proud of.
The village had 17 points and eight rebounds in the first 24 minutes of action, while Embiid scored 15 points and seven rebounds.
Two of the most talented young stars in the NBA showing off their skills and some sort of disappointment? Yes, more, please.