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Emmanuel Acho on Ben Simmons drama: I blame the 76ers franchise and fans for not embracing him I SPEAK FOR YOURSELF

Ben Simmons will not play in the Philadelphia 76ers’ opener against the New Orleans Pelicans. This follows the three-time All-Star being thrown out of Tuesday’s practice by Doc Rivers after reports said that he declined several times to sub in for a drill. After Rivers tossed him out of practice, Simmons was suspended one game for conduct detrimental to the team. Joel Embiid was asked about the situation and responded quote: ‘Our job is not to babysit somebody.’ Emmanuel Acho explains why he ‘blames the 76ers and fanbase for the Simmons drama.’

AN HOUR AGO・Speak For Yourself・2:18

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Colin Cowherd: Don’t blame Russell Westbrook for Lakers’ opening night loss I THE HERD

The Los Angeles Lakers had a less than desirable outcome to the start of the NBA season, losing 121-114 to the Golden State Warriors. But Colin Cowherd says Russell Westbrook is not to blame for the loss, as LeBron James’ Lakers looked old, expensive and limited athletically on the perimeter. Watch as Colin shares his biggest takeaways from last night’s game.

2 HOURS AGO・The Herd with Colin Cowherd・3:33

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Joy Taylor on Ben Simmons drama: Both himself and the 76ers are to blame for this predicament I SPEAK FOR YOURSELF

The drama continues in Philadelphia, where 76ers’ head coach Doc Rivers threw Ben Simmons out of practice today and the team has suspended him for one game for quote: ‘detrimental conduct to the team.’ Simmons’ reluctance to engage with the team has been a theme since his return. Rivers said quote: ‘We told him to go home, but hopefully at some point, he wants to be here.’ Joel Embiid followed up, saying quote: ‘At this point, I don’t care about that man honestly. He does whatever he wants..at the end of the day, our job is not to babysit somebody…’ Joy Taylor discusses what the 76ers should do about Simmons and explains why it should be approached similarly to the Brooklyn Nets – Kyrie Irving situation.

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Skip Bayless: The 76ers have burned themselves; I don’t blame Ben Simmons for being done with them I UNDISPUTED

Ben Simmons has reportedly told the Philadelphia’s front office that he no longer wants to be a 76er and he does not intend to report to training camp. According to a Western Conference executive, the all-star point guard has eyes on three California teams as a possible destination. Skip Bayless explains how the ’76ers burned themselves’ and why he doesn’t blame Rich Paul or Simmons for wanting out.

AN HOUR AGO・Skip and Shannon: Undisputed・2:52

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Nick Wright on the Patriots QB battle: Cam Newton only has himself to blame I THE HERD

Nick Wright takes over The Herd to talk about the quarterback competition in New England. Mac Jones is getting great reviews for his training camp performance, and with Cam Newton sidelined, there is now a real questions as to who is going to be the Week 1 starter. See what Nick has to say about which QB he expects to start for New England.

2 HOURS AGO・The Herd with Colin Cowherd・4:08

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Chris Broussard: Kevin Durant deserves absolutely no blame for the Nets’ loss to the Bucks when he had no help I UNDISPUTED

Giannis Antetokounmpo scored 40 points in a duel against Kevin Durant in Game 7 between the Milwaukee Bucks and Brooklyn Nets. KD finished with 48 points and sent the game to overtime after hitting a big two point shot at the end of the fourth quarter. However, Giannis showed up in overtime while KD’s luck ran out. He airballed his game-tying attempt, securing the win for Milwaukee. Twitter enjoyed the game, including Los Angeles Rams cornerback Jalen Ramsey, who took a shot at KD, quote “I ain’t tryna start nothing up tonight but uh.. LeBron used to run through that East wit no problem.” Chris Broussard joins Skip Bayless and Shannon Sharpe to discuss how much blame KD deserves for the Nets’ elimination.

3 HOURS AGO・Skip and Shannon: Undisputed・4:18

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Shannon Sharpe: I don’t think one year of Stan Van Gundy was enough nor was he to blame in New Orleans I UNDISPUTED

The New Orleans Pelicans made a bit of surprising news yesterday as they parted ways with head coach Stan Van Gundy. He only coached the Zion Williamson-led team for just one season as they failed to make the playoffs and even play-in tournament at 31-41. New Orleans now enters another offseason looking for the right candidate to coach their young team led by the All-Star. Shannon Sharpe explains why firing Van Gundy was the wrong move.

AN HOUR AGO・Skip and Shannon: Undisputed・2:25

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Skip Bayless: Mike Malone’s postgame comments on Denver “quitting” in Game 2 loss came across as him not taking any blame I UNDISPUTED

The Phoenix Suns made a statement in a blowout Game 2 win over the Denver Nuggets. Phoenix led by 10 at halftime and proceeded to outscore Denver by another 15 in the second half. Nuggets’ head coach Mike Malone was less than pleased with his team’s performance, saying quote ‘I felt we quit tonight, which is something you never want to see. For Game 3, I’m just going to try to find guys who will go out there and leave it all on the line. These two games, these second halves have been disappointing and that’s an understatement.’ Skip Bayless explains why Malone’s postgame comments were ‘unacceptable.’

4 HOURS AGO・Skip and Shannon: Undisputed・3:09

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Shannon Sharpe: LeBron deserves the lion’s share of blame for Lakers’ blowout loss to Suns in GM 5 | UNDISPUTED

The Los Angeles Lakers were without Anthony Davis last night and LeBron James couldn’t keep LA in the game. The Phoenix Suns would end up routing the Lakers going up by 30 at halftime and holding on to win 115 to 85. LeBron finished with 24 points, 5 rebounds and 7 assists in the loss. LeBron only had 11 points from his other starters but he also finished with a game-worst plus/minus of minus-24. Hear what Skip Bayless and Shannon Sharpe have to say about the Lakers’ blowout loss.

AN HOUR AGO・Skip and Shannon: Undisputed・3:01

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Chris Broussard: LeBron James wasn’t good, but Anthony Davis was very bad and to blame for the Lakers’ loss I UNDISPUTED

The Los Angeles Lakers came up short in Game 1 against the Phoenix Suns. LeBron James’ 18 points was the most of any Laker in the nine-point loss. Anthony Davis didn’t contribute much, finishing the game with just 13 points off 5-for-16 from the field. After the game, Davis said he took quote ‘full responsibility’ for the loss and added that ‘There is no way we are winning a game, let alone a series with the way I played.’ Chris Broussard explains why despite James’ bad performance, he feels Davis is to blame for the Lakers’ loss from his ‘abysmal’ play.

AN HOUR AGO・Skip and Shannon: Undisputed・2:54

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