Reacting to Joel Embiid’s injury vs. the Wizards | Get Up

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Reacting to Joel Embiid’s injury vs. the Wizards | Get Up

Jay Williams joins Mike Greenberg on Get Up to discuss his level of concern for Joel Embiid and the Philadelphia 76ers after leaving the game due to right knee soreness.

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0:00 Get Up breaks down 76ers vs. Wizards Game 4.

2:20 Jay Williams says Embiid’s injury isn’t a big deal at all.

2:40 Jay on how the Lakers will have to adjust without Anthony Davis.

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