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.
Carson Wentz is a married man.
The Eagles' quarterback and his bride, Madison Oberg, kept things on the DL and got married in Bucks County over the weekend.
Wentz shared photos of their engagement back in February and again posted a couple of select shots from their wedding to his Twitter on Monday.
"Such a blessing to finally get to marry my best friend! It was an incredible day and God has his fingerprints all over our story! I’m a lucky man with one amazing wife
#WentzUponATime," Wentz tweeted.
The ceremony over the weekend reportedly took place at The Lake House Inn and was visible to a boater named Christy Stack, who snapped a couple of photos and shared them to Facebook.
"We could hear the whole ceremony! And then after 'you may kiss the bride' a guy on a kayak did the Eagles chant ," Stack wrote on Facebook.
Congrats to Wentz and his new wife. The guy just keeps collecting rings in 2018.
Here's a look at the setting as shared by the caterer:
What happens when you’re in Philadelphia, have a street blocked off and a giant TV screen? You show the Super Bowl and people go absolutely crazy.
Earlier today, Brauhaus Schmiz on South Street held a summer block party for the World Cup Final and it was a pretty happening time.
Congratulations France!! Let’s drink and finish out this summer block party #worldcup #champs #blockparty #southstreetPosted by Brauhaus Schmitz on Sunday, July 15, 2018
However, after the game, the screen flipped to Super Bowl LII and people loved it almost as much as they did back in February.
Here’s how the reaction looked when the Philly Special happened.
Never stop celebrating, Philly.