Daryl Morey Visits Four Seasons Total Landscaping After Sixers Loss

One of the most surreal days of last year – which is an incredibly high bar, of course – came when Rudy Giuliani held a press conference in Philadelphia to explain that Donald Trump, who lost the 2020 presidential election, actually won it. The catch: It was originally billed as “Four Seasons” in the City of Brotherly Love, but instead it took place at “Four Seasons Total Landscaping,” a very nice looking business that has nothing to do with the hotel chain and itself located just under 10 miles from Center City.

A lot of time has passed since then. Trump’s Twitter account and presidency are both gone. Giuliani could owe a lot of money to a company that makes voting machines based on lies he spread about their changing votes to hand over the election to Joe Biden, and the NBA season began. Those first two things had absolutely nothing to do with the last until Friday afternoon Daryl Morey, executive director of the Philadelphia 76ers, went to the landscaping firm between a porn store and a crematorium to explain that the Sixers had indeed won on Thursday night.

For the rest of us, Philly was walled in by the Portland Trail Blazers (121-105), even though Portland was devoid of Damian Lillard, CJ McCollum, and Jusuf Nurkic. The Sixers were without Ben Simmons despite being expected to win the game. The good news is that Four Seasons Total Landscaping was used as a backdrop to make ridiculous claims that, as Orwell once wrote, we must reject the evidence of our eyes and ears, and in more good news, Morey had some time to kill Friday.

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