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Colin Cowherd believes Ben Simmons’ issue is himself: He’s more ‘Rudy Gobert’ than ‘LeBron James’ I THE HERD

The Philadelphia 76ers’ season comes to an end in a rough Game 7 loss at home against the Atlanta Hawks. Joel Embiid finished with 31 points and 11 rebounds off 11-of-21 from the field. However, Ben Simmons struggled once again, finishing with only 5 points and did not take a shot in the fourth quarter, including passing up a wide open layup. This raises questions on his role in Philadelphia and whether Simmons or Doc Rivers is to blame for their issues. Colin Cowherd analyzes the problem and why it’s sunny in Philadelphia when it comes to Simmons, who he blames for his lack of growth and success with the Sixers.

2 HOURS AGO・The Herd with Colin Cowherd・3:57

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Emmanuel Acho: ‘It’s an indictment on Kevin Durant that they need felt the need to rush James Harden back’ I SPEAK FOR YOURSELF

The Brooklyn Nets have uphill climbed into tonight’s game against the Milwaukee Bucks. Kyrie Irving has been ruled out with an ankle injury, but James Harden has been upgraded to questionable. Reports say he plans on playing in Game 5. Kevin Durant is averaging nearly 30 points a game in the series, but could have help with Harden’s potential return. Emmanuel Acho explains why the Nets rushing Harden back is not only risky, but an ‘indictment on KD as the greatest player on the planet.’

2 HOURS AGO・Speak For Yourself・2:30

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Chris Broussard lists 3 reasons why LeBron James is the most disliked NBA player | UNDISPUTED

Yesterday, a map went viral that used twitter data from the past month to show each state’s most hated NBA player. And, not surprisingly, Los Angeles Lakers’ LeBron James was the most disliked baller in 24 states as well as the most hated overall. Kyrie Irving came in second, with 18 states disapproving of the Brooklyn Nets point guard, followed by his teammates James Harden and Kevin Durant with 3 states each. Chris Broussard joins Shannon Sharpe and Skip Bayless to explain why LeBron is so disliked.

AN HOUR AGO・Skip and Shannon: Undisputed・4:08

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Shannon Sharpe: Don’t ever doubt LeBron James, last time it resulted in a NBA Finals | UNDISPUTED

While LeBron James’ season might be over, he hasn’t moved on yet. He posted a video on Instagram from Gladiator with Russell Crowe’s character saying quote, ‘I will have my vengeance, in this life or the next.’ It was accompanied by LeBron’s caption that read, ‘Promise you I will. Count me out if you want too!’ Hear what Skip Bayless and Shannon Sharpe have to say about LeBron’s message to his doubters.

3 HOURS AGO・Skip and Shannon: Undisputed・3:52

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Chris Broussard: It’s a lot to ask for LeBron James to carry the Lakers with no AD at this stage in his career I UNDISPUTED

The Phoenix Suns beat the Los Angeles Lakers last night, evening the series at 2-2 and taking back home court advantage. However, the biggest concern for Los Angeles is Anthony Davis, who was already dealing with a sprained left knee. With 48 seconds left in the first half, AD missed a layup, landed awkwardly and was ruled out for the remainder of the game with a strained groin. After the game, LeBron said quote ‘These shoulders were built for a reason. If it takes me putting some more on top of them, so be it. Win, lose or draw, I’m ready for the challenge.’ Chris Broussard breaks down why the King will struggle to defeat the Suns without AD or another star at this point in his career.

2 HOURS AGO・Skip and Shannon: Undisputed・3:03

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Shannon Sharpe: Losing Anthony Davis means LeBron James has to carry the Lakers’ world this series I UNDISPUTED

The Phoenix Suns beat the Los Angeles Lakers last night, evening the series at 2-2 and taking back home court advantage. However, the biggest concern for the Lakers is Anthony Davis, who was already dealing with a sprained left knee. With 48 seconds left in the first half, AD missed a layup and landed awkwardly, grabbing the inside of his left leg. He was ruled out for the remainder of the game with a strained groin. Shannon Sharpe explains why the Lakers could be in trouble with AD out and how LeBron James can help them against Phoenix.

AN HOUR AGO・Skip and Shannon: Undisputed・4:26

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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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Skip Bayless grades Steph Curry’s performance in lost against LeBron James and the Lakers I UNDISPUTED

Steph Curry finished with a game-high 37 points in the Golden State Warriors’ loss to the Los Angeles Lakers. Curry did all he could to keep his team in the game and had an opportunity late to send the game to overtime, but could not reel in the inbound pass with two seconds remaining for a game-tying three pointer. Skip Bayless grades Curry’s performance and breaks down why he earned it in Golden State’s tough loss in Los Angeles.

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Shannon Sharpe: LeBron James sitting out isn’t surprising; he won’t miss the Championship banner unveiling I UNDISPUTED

The Los Angeles Lakers were able to get a thrilling 101-99 overtime win over the New York Knicks last night but without LeBron James. The 36-year-old forward sat out once again despite previous reports saying that he had his spring back from a stiff ankle. The reigning champs now have three regular season games against the Houston Rockets, Indiana Pacers, and New Orleans Pelicans before postseason play. Skip Bayless and Shannon Sharpe discuss what LeBron sitting out another game meant.

AN HOUR AGO・Skip and Shannon: Undisputed・2:02

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Shannon Sharpe: LeBron James sitting out isn’t surprising; he won’t miss the Championship banner unveiling I UNDISPUTED

The Los Angeles Lakers were able to get a thrilling 101-99 overtime win over the New York Knicks last night but without LeBron James. The 36-year-old forward sat out once again despite previous reports saying that he had his spring back from a stiff ankle. The reigning champs now have three regular season games against the Houston Rockets, Indiana Pacers, and New Orleans Pelicans before postseason play. Shannon Sharpe explains why he is “not surprised at all” that LeBron sat out against the Knicks.

3 HOURS AGO・Skip and Shannon: Undisputed・3:32

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