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ESPN published this video item, entitled “Joel Embiid makes a strong case for MVP | Stephen A’s World” – below is their description.
Joel Embiid makes a strong case for MVP | Stephen A’s World
Philadelphia 76ers star Joel Embiid sits down with Stephen A. Smith on Stephen A’s World to discuss how he has elevated his game this season, losing Game 7 of the Eastern Conference semifinals to Kawhi Leonard and the Toronto Raptors, Ben Simmons’ jump shot, head coach Doc Rivers’ impact on the 76ers and whether he believes he is the MVP this season.
0:00 Joel Embiid on elevating his game.
1:30 Embiid relives losing Game 7 to the Raptors.
2:40 Do you believe you are the MVP?
5:30 Do you want to be DPOY and MVP this season?
7:00 Embiid weighs in on Ben Simmons’ jump shot.
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