While recovering from a broken right foot, Sixers rookie Ben Simmons decided, like much of America, to tune in to the third presidential debate between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton on Wednesday night.
It barely took 30 minutes before the No. 1 overall pick had heard enough from the Republican presidential nominee and decided to jump on Twitter to vent about it.
Simmons' tweets came across the feed of Sixers big man Joel Embiid. Already well known for his social media antics, the Cameroon native didn't take long to take a gentle jab at Australian-born Simmons.
While Trump has threatened to deport as many as 12 million immigrants who are in the country illegally (he referred to them Wednesday night as "'bad hombres"), Simmons reminded Embiid there's a big reason that he'd be safe if the Republican became president:
Sixers fans might not have enjoyed the presidential debate, but they seemed to love the continued social media antics of Embiid and Simmons:
Embiid and Simmons weren't the only two people in the NBA who weighed in on Wednesday night's debate. Here's a quick round-up:
Trevor Booker, Brooklyn Nets:
Enes Kanter, Oklahoma City Thunder
Deacon Cook, Chicago Bulls:
Spencer Hawes, Charlotte Hornets:
Bernard Lee, NBA agent: