Pelicans Fans Chant "Where's Ben Simmons" to Taunt Sixers During Tyrese Maxey Free Throws. Pelicans Fans Chant 'Where's Ben Simmons' To Troll Sixers Fans During Tyrese Maxey Free Throws. Pelicans fans chanted "Where's Ben Simmons" to distract Tyrese Maxey as he was attempting free throws.

Last season the NBA crowds gave birth to the Giannis Antetokounmpo 10 second count chant. This season it appears Sixers will have to deal with an even more hilarious chant NBA fans have birthed. Their situation with Ben Simmons is officially be using by opposing fans as a tool of mental destruction.

Pelicans Fans Chant “Where’s Ben Simmons” to Taunt Sixers During Tyrese Maxey Free Throws

When Sixers arrived in New Orleans they were probably expecting a hostile environment given it was the first game of the season. However, they probably didn’t expect to hear what the entire arena thought about the Ben Simmons not being the lineup.

Pelicans fans chanted “Where’s Ben Simmons” to distract Tyrese Maxey as he was attempting free throws. Even if Sixers players tried to ignore that question, it wouldn’t be possible considering the reports alleging Ben Simmons was kicked out of Sixers practice for not being engaged in the drills.

The funniest thing about the Pelicans crowd chanting “Where’s Ben Simmons”, is that Joel Embiid probably wouldn’t know where Ben Simmons is right now.

How funny would it be if Sixers get “Where’s Ben Simmons” chants in every arena when they take free throws this season?

You got to love the NBA season being back for the moments like these. Where is Ben Simmons though?

Author: JordanThrilla Staff

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