The Sixers on Sunday were in the midst of their second scrimmage in the Walt Disney World bubble when something peculiar happened.
Adapting to games without fans has certainly been an adjustment, having every playoff team within a few miles of one another has been fun to watch unfold — but so far, nothing tops this … interesting move from Thunder guard Dennis Schroder.
As the second quarter was underway, Schroder was guarding Alec Burks from an inbound pass from Ben Simmons. There are many ways to try to intercept a pass or get into the head of an opponent, but we’ve never quite seen something like this.
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As Burks was setting up, it seems like he unintentionally stepped on Schroder’s foot.
Instead of shaking it off and letting it go, Schroder gives it right back to him and steps on his foot right before the ball is back in play.
Even as focused as these scrimmage games can be, this was a hysterical moment and only gets funnier as you watch.
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