Was Joel Embiid's performance on Sunday the most disappointing in Philadelphia sports history? It's up there.
Embiid scored just 15 points on 5-18 shooting in 38 minutes in a 112-88 loss in Game 7 Eastern Conference semifinals on Sunday.
Joe DeCamara and Jon Ritchie opened Monday's 94WIP Morning Show reacting to the disgusting game.
"It really is about the big guy," DeCamara said at the beginning of Monday's 94WIP Morning Show. "And I'll just say this right out of the gate, and I've given this a lot of thought, I don't think I've ever been more disappointed in a Philadelphia athlete than I am in Joel Embiid today. I've given that a lot of thought.
"I've thought a lot about it from Ben Simmons, to Carson Wentz, and all the twists and turns throughout the years. Some of the playoff games Randall [Cunningham] would lose, some of the playoff games Donovan [McNabb] would lose. I don't think I have ever been more disappointed in a Philadelphia athlete than I am in Joel Embiid today."
Ritchie, who put an equal amount of blame on James Harden as Embiid, added these incredible stats.
"Joel and James combined for field goals than turnovers yesterday," Ritchie said. "Their 24 combined points was the fewest in all 91 games they played together."
"I think [Harden] is more apt to quit than to dig deep for this team," Ritchie said. "It's almost like contagion where guys see that and it brings other guys around him down."