ESPN 27 Jul 2020

Get Up on the 76ers & reacting to ESPN's list of the Top 10 NBA players in the restart


Jay Williams and Kendrick Perkins discuss how Joel Embiid and Ben Simmons will fare for the Philadelphia 76ers in the Orlando bubble without fans in attendance and the Get Up crew also reacts to the notable names left off of ESPN's list of the top 10 players in the NBA's 2019-20 restart.
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