Two days after being accused of spitting on an Eagles fan’s face during warmups before Sunday’s game at Lincoln Financial Field, Giants wide receiver Brandon Marshall responded to those accusations on Tuesday.
"No, absolutely not," Marshall said to SNY. "I think that if anybody does that — a fan, or a player — should be suspended, should probably pay a fine, and you should have a public apology prepared and they need to read through it on camera. So, absolutely not. But, that's the world we live in. I'm sure because there was a lot of cameras around, he had his camera, all of his buddies had their cameras out. There should be video evidence of anything on his face or on his body. So, I'm not worrying about that."
Marshall said he wasn’t upset with himself for confronting the fan.
This video shows Marshall being ushered away from the fan by Giants employees after the two exchanged words once again.
The Giants have not yet commented on Marshall's incident with the fan.
Joel Embiid has garnered plenty of accolades during his young NBA career. However, the Sixers’ center earned perhaps his biggest honor yet on Wednesday.
Embiid was given the Shaqtin' A Fool Midseason Award for Worst Moment of the Season.
Yes, that’s a thing.
As you likely know, former NBA great Shaquille O’Neal has a segment during TNT’s “Inside the NBA” that highlights blunders made by current players.
Embiid found himself in the crosshairs thanks to three spectacularly blown dunks during the first half of the season.
“I want to thank Shaq for acknowledging me for missing three dunks in a game as a 6-11 guy,” Embiid said in a video. “But I just didn’t have my legs that day. Next time.”
We're not sure which is funnier: Embiid's missed dunks or him trying to pass for 6-foot-11.
Sixers fan Kevin Hart has a new-ish YouTube show he's calling "Cold As Balls." The premise is pretty simple: he and a guest take an ice bath and chill.
Previous guests have included Draymond Green, Blake Griffin, LaVar Ball, and Candace Parker.
Hart just so happens to have former Sixer and current Dallas Maverick Nerlens Noel on as his guest this week.
Aside from making fun of the locker room in Philly, Hart also takes a jab at Joel Embiid. Hart does a decent-enough Embiid impression with a "Trust the Process" but he also mocks the way Embiid speaks. Not cool.
Look for that around the six-minute mark.
Noel also says Dirk Nowitzki is just as funny as Hart. I'd believe it.