Matisse Thybulle is a great defender, being the player that energizes his teammates in Philadelphia through his “grind” on the court.
The Philadelphia 76ers’ rookie had his best game in offense against the NBA champions Toronto Raptors. The Washington product scored 20 points with 5 made threes, 3 assists, 3 steals and 1 block to lead the Sixers to a 104-110 win over the Raptors.
Thybulle joined Reel Talk to tell his side of the story that night, talking about his “hot hand” and his feeling during the celebrations, after several crucial threes in that game.
“On a scale of 1-10, that was probably like a 12,” Thybulle told on the celebrations. “I’ll explain it like this: In college, my celebrations were so bad, my teammates were like, ‘You either got to do better or just stop,” the rookie said, per USA Today.