Joel Embiid throws shade at Aron Baynes during Game 4




Joel Embiid doesn
Joel Embiid doesn't have love for Aron Baynes.  

Joel Embiid doesn't have love for Aron Baynes.

The Philadelphia 76ers center called out Baynes during Game 4 of the Boston Celtics' series against the Cleveland Cavaliers in the Eastern Conference Finals. Baynes finished the game with eight points, eight rebounds and one block while shooting 2 of 3 from the field.

But wouldn't Embiid prefer to be getting dunked on in the Eastern Conference Finals over tweeting from his couch? Baynes' position -- even as the Celtics and Cavaliers are tied -- is a bit more desirable than Embiid's.

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