Joel Embiid On Andre Drummond: "I Own A Lot Of Real Estate In His Head"

Joel Embiid loves to speak trash, even in defeat.

Following final evening’s 133-132 loss to the Detroit Pistons, Embiid continued his ongoing rivalry with Pistons middle, Andre Drummond, who was ejected late within the fourth quarter. Drummond was hit along with his second technical foul and tossed with 42.eight seconds remaining within the sport when his handcrafted contact with Embiid’s face whereas they have been tied up.

Embiid celebrated the second by gesturing Drummond again to the locker room and he continued his trolling through the post-game press convention.

Drummond didn’t communicate to the media final evening however he did concern a press release on twitter about Embiid “proudly owning rather a lot actual property in his head”: “Lol does he? If that’s so he wouldn’t be so excited to have me f the ground? Think about it that’s a foolish assertion ! I’ll take the W although get pleasure from flight residence #Emmyaward successful actor”

Embiid, who completed with 33 factors, 11 rebounds and 7 assists, was seen calling out Drummond through the sport and saying, “he cannot guard me” after a pair made baskets in opposition to the Pistons’ middle. That stated, Philadelphia had no reply for Blake Griffin, who posted a career-high 50 factors, with 14 rebounds and 6 assists, within the victory. 

Vince Carter Trolls Blake Griffin For Flopping

Sacramento Kings forward Vince Carter had a couple highlight reel worthy plays last night against the Detroit Pistons, including a fast break dunk and an expert-level trolling Blake Griffin. Additionally, VC also passed Patrick Ewing for 22nd on the NBA’s all-time scoring list – but more on that later.

During Sacramento’s 106-90 loss to Detroit, Carter found himself matched up against Griffin in the post but committed a foul before Griffin was able to get f his turnaround jumper. Naturally, Griffin argued with the ref that he should’ve been going to the line to complete a three-point play, which is when V.C. stepped in with some thoughts his own.

Carter finished the night with just seven points in 17 minutes action f the bench, but that was enough to move him up the ranks the NBA’s all-time scorers. The 41-year old vet now has 24,817 for his career, which is two more than New York Knicks legend Patrick Ewing, and 22nd all-time. The next name on that list is the logo, Jerry West, who is 21st all-time with 25,192 points in his career.