All right, folks, we've settled it once and for all.
For those of you who missed it last night, and bless your blissfully unaware selves, the Sixers lost in a big way to the Celtics in the season opener.
It was rough. It was disappointing. It was ugly. That is undisputed.
What was disputed, however, was a play that occurred in the fourth quarter of the game, where Jaylen Brown went up for a dunk but was met by Joel Embiid. He still managed to get a shot off the glass, but the Internet erupted over whether it counted as a poster or not.
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Celtics fans overhyping a layup that was blocked lmao.— 👑 (@CodyHettinger) October 17, 2018
Believe what you want, but it looks like one former Sixer has rushed to Embiid's defense. Timothé Luwawu-Cabarrot, who was sent to the Thunder over the summer, responded to a French Twitter account's highlight of the "enormous poster."
All it took was one word with a question mark, and it looks like we have our answer on this matter. Or not, but we'll trust Embiid's former teammate on this.
Poster? 😂— Timothe Luwawu C (@timcabs) October 17, 2018
TLC stays loyal.
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