PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA - APRIL 02: Montrezl Harrell #8 of the Charlotte Hornets dunks past Joel Embiid #21 of the Philadelphia 76ers during the first quarter at Wells Fargo Center on April 02, 2022 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

The Sixers have found their backup for Joel Embiid. They agreed to a 2-year deal with Montrezl Harrell. Harrell split time last year between the Washington Wizards and Charlotte Hornets. Adrian Wojnarowski was the first to report the move.

Harrell averaged 13.1 points per game last year between the two teams. He began the season with Washington, but was traded to the Hornets at midseason. But now he joins the Sixers, where it is unlikely he will see the same playing time he saw with either of those teams. But he should be expected to be the primary backup to Joel Embiid, and to start in the games where Embiid needs rest. Montrezl Harrell is 28 and entering his 8th season in the NBA. Perhaps his best season was the last time he played under Doc Rivers. He won 6th man of the year with the Clippers in the 2019-2020 season, scoring 18.6 pts per game. Since then he has bounced around.

The move puts into question the roles young players like Paul Reed and Charles Bassey will have with this team. Many hoped BBall Paul would get a chance to be Embiid’s backup after an admirable performance by him in the playoffs last year. But it seems Daryl Morey and Doc Rivers would prefer to have a veteran behind Embiid.

This move continues a busy offseason for the Sixers where they sured up a bench that gave them nothing in the playoffs. They have now added De’Anthony Melton, P.J. Tucker, and Danuel House. The start of the NBA Training Camp is just around the corner. While Sixers fans will see a very similar starting 5 this year for once, the bench will look very different.

The Price of Beer at Every NFL Stadium In 2021-2022

The 2022 NFL Season is upon us, and if you’re road tripping to a far away stadium, we’re here to help you to plan your beer budget, based on what beer cost at every NFL stadium last season.

Every year, sports business data firm Team Marketing Report releases its NFL Fan Cost Index and they found that the price of beer varies greatly across the stadiums. Statista has really good data on this, too.  And the price of a beer seems to be totally unrelated to how good the team is. For example, a beer at a Jaguars game is double what they charge in Cincinnati at a Bengals game. The Dolphins charge $11 which is why fans might be more inclined to show up drunk. The Washington Commanders probably have no business charging for beer at all. They should make beer free to anyone willing to buy a ticket. And the beer should delivered. With peanuts!

With that: let’s analyze the price of beer at each of the NFL stadiums. Keep in mind that this is what beer cost last season, and there’s a good chance that prices could go up for the upcoming 2022/2023 season.