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Ladies and gentlemen, the Sixers are playing the Celtics. It’s a rivalry matchup we’ve been waiting months for. James Harden lost weight, Joel Embiid will probably get snubbed of another MVP, and Tyrese Maxey is supposedly the second coming of Michael Jordan. The Celtics got Blake Griffin, Jayson Tatum is still nineteen and filthy, and Jaylen Brown is expecting to turn the ball over too many times. God, the NBA is so back. It’s finally the season of crappy refereeing, wildly rich athletes falling on the ground after less physical touch than me after a night at the bar, and Doris Burke ruining broadcasts on a weekly basis. What’s better?
The Celtics are supposedly a legitimate team, but in reality they’re about as legitimate as Blake Griffin’s child with Lana Rhodes. The Sixers, on the other hand, are inches away from a championship if Doc Rivers could stop actively ruining season after season with play calling that’s about as effective as I would be in a street fight against anyone with body fat under 15%. The bottom line of this game is that the Sixers have Tyrese Maxey. He’s the most exciting player in the NBA this year. His first two seasons gave Philadelphia fans hope for a team that tanked for the entirety of my teenage virginity, and with Joel Embiid, James Harden, and Tobias Harris backing him, this Sixers team is looking scarier than a pink-haired, lip-pierced they/them in a philosophy class when you talk about watching Louis C.K. regardless of him being cancelled three years ago. As much as the hype around the Celtics is big, this game is an easy pick. Take the Sixers money-line and get your free $200 from DraftKings!