James Harden Debut: Sixers Twitter Goes Nuclear, Joel Embiid Rips Ben Simmons


James Harden wowed in his Sixers debut alongside Joel Embiid on February 25, 2022 in Minnesota.

It didn’t take long for James Harden to make his presence felt. Early in his Philadelphia 76ers’ debut, The Beard dribbled down the baseline and pulled out a beautiful cross-over en route to an easy and-one opportunity. He swished the free throw to put the Sixers up 10-6 with 8:43 showing in the first quarter.

Harden was sensational in his first game, showcasing his patented step-back three on multiple occasions while wowing with several no-look Houdini passes. He fired a strike down the court to a streaking Tyrese Maxey for a speedy lay-in. He played solid defense. He fought for rebounds. He was everything as advertised and more. Harden finished with 27 points, 12 assists, eight rebounds.

After the game, Sixers Twitter boiled over in excitement … to the point of nuclear

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C.J. Uzomah rips knee brace off at Bengals’ Super Bowl rally at Paul Brown Stadium

Bengals tight end C.J. Uzomah knew what 30,000 fans standing in the cold at Paul Brown Stadium wanted to see. And he delivered.

Uzomah might be listed as questionable for Super Bowl 56 with an MCL sprain he suffered during the AFC Championship win against the Chiefs, but he’s made it known that he will play against the Rams. And on Monday night, the crowd erupted when Uzomah removed the brace he was wearing on his leg and hurled it.

From the Bengals via Twitter, a retweet of video from NFL Network:

“I don’t really care too much about how I’m feeling, to be honest, when I’m out there,” Uzomah said earlier, per The Enquirer’s Kelsey Conway. “I’m not missing the biggest game of my life.”

More from The Enquirer’s Charlie Goldsmith on Uzomah at the Super Bowl Opening Night Fan Rally:

Tight end C.J. Uzomah was the

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