Joel Embiid wants a TRADE after Sixers get SWEPT [EMBIID TRADE RUMORS]

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The Sixers got swept by the Celtics and the drama continued after the final game. Joel Embiid talked about his future in Philly and said if he gets traded that is out of his hands. It struck a lot of people as odd because Embiid wasn’t even asked about being traded. Things never clicked for the 76ers on the court this season and the Process might be running out of time. If Joel Embiid wants to leave the 76’ers then there will be a lot of teams wanting a Joel Embiid trade. In this video we explore why The Process failed and what Joel Embiid trade rumors will look like.

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