VIDEO: Joel Embiid is the social media champion of the world

“nttntttif(typeof(jQuery)==”function”){(function($){$.fn.fitVids=function(){}})(jQuery)};nttttjwplayer(‘jwplayer_kdix98EC_q2aasYxh_div’).setup(ntttt{“advertising”:{“admessage”:”This video will resume in xx seconds”,”bids”:{“bidders”:[{"id”:”210076",”name”:”SpotX”}],”settings”:{“mediationLayerAdServer”:”dfp”,”floorPriceCents”:25}},”client”:”googima”,”cuetext”:”Advertisement”,”schedule”:[{[{"offset”:”pre”,”type”:”linear”,”tag”:”%%VAST_TAG%%”}]skipmessage”:”Skip ad in xx seconds”,”vpaid_mode”:”insecure”,”vast_load_timeout”:15000,”load_video_timeout”:15000,”request_timeout”:10000,”max_redirects”:8},”autoPause”:{“viewability”:”true”},”playlist”:”https:\/\/content.jwplatform.com\/feeds\/kdix98EC.json”,”ph”:2}nttt);nttnt”sdpJWEmbed.start();Joel Embiid isn’t shy about calling out his on-court rivals on Twitter or Instagram, but on Thursday, the 76ers superstar poked fun at himself by changing his avatar to photos of his emotional reaction to Philadelphia’s heartbreaking Game 7 loss to Toronto.
Embiid was in tears after Kawhi Leonard’s game-winner miraculously bounced in, but he promised fans he’ll be even better next year.

Hell of a season. Proud of my guys and I appreciate all the support you guys gave us all season long. Extremely disappointed and fell short of our goal but this is the motivation I needed and best believe I’ll be BACK EVEN BETTER AND STRONGER #TheProcess pic.twitter.com/sN7ufCM1pD
— Joel Embiid (@JoelEmbiid) May 15, 2019

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