The jumbotron operator at the Wells Fargo Center for the Philadelphia 76ers-Utah Jazz game had a field day trolling one of the city’s biggest rival teams.
The 76ers and Jazz were in the middle of first quarter play while the Dallas Cowboys (one of the Eagles’ main rivals) and Green Bay Packers were engaged in a Week 10 overtime thriller at Lambeau Field.
As you can see in the video below, the jumbotron operator gave 76ers fans some extra excitement by broadcasting Green Bay’s victory. Mason Crosby booted a short field goal in overtime to lift Green Bay past Dallas, 31-28.
The jumbotron also focused on a Cowboys fan, who happily welcomed the boos from the Philly faithful.
Philadelphia defeated Utah 105-98 to improve to 7-7 on the season. Joel Embiid led the way with 59 points, seven blocks, eight assists, 11 rebounds and one steal. Philadelphia has now won seven of its last 10 games since the ugly 0-3 start to the season.
The Cowboys’ loss to Green Bay dropped America’s Team to 6-3. The 8-0 Eagles were on their bye week, so they’re now 2.5 games up on their rivals for the top seed in the NFC. Philly’s archrival, the New York Giants, outlasted the Houston Texans 24-16 to move to 7-2 on the year.
Dallas held a 14-point lead over Aaron Rodgers and the Packers in the fourth quarter. But the four-time league MVP threw a pair of touchdowns to rookie Christian Watson, and the defense put the clamps on the potent Cowboys offense over the final frame and overtime.
Green Bay’s victory snapped a five-game losing streak, as they won their first game since Week 4. They’re 4-6 and still out of playoff position, but a loss to Dallas on Sunday would have surely ended their postseason hopes for good.
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