Thanks for mentioning this, I'll probably listen. IIRC, the problem wasn't really that she was raising her voice and sounding more excited, it's that she spoke of Embiid in particularly effusive terms. Maybe it was the narrative around him finally getting MVP and coming back from injury, but despite his thoroughly mediocre series and predictable late game issues, anything he did was treated like it was the first time anyone had ever done it.Speaking of JJ, he had Doris Burke on his Pod this week. At the end, he questioned her feelings on Celtics fans believing she was a Sixers homer. The meat and potatoes around her response was that the arena was so loud when Philly scored that she had to raise her voice to rise above the crowd whereas she could speak in normal tone when Boston scored.
Basically sums it up (at least until she pointed out that he and Harden basically quit at the end of game 6).