Philadelphia 76ers superstar Joel Embiid woke up on the wrong side of the bed on Sunday. The Sixers star didn't seem to like the news regarding the league deciding to postpone the game between the Miami Heat and the Boston Celtics due to COVID-19 precautions.

Embiid, who sat out their previous game against the Denver Nuggets due to a knee issue, had to watch an undermanned Sixers unit suffer a tough home loss against the Nuggets.

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On Sunday, the Heat and the Celtics were facing a similar situation, but the league decided to postpone their game in contrast to their decision to let a short-handed Philly team go up against the Nuggets the day before.

Upon hearing the news, Embiid went off on Twitter. The 26-year-old Sixers All-Star tweeted out four words to perfectly sum up all his frustrations about everything going on.

Joel Embiid also put out a follow-up tweet in the same hour to further vent out.

Things got complicated for the Sixers when they heard the news that Seth Cury had tested positive for COVID-19 earlier in the week. Due to the league's contact tracing protocol and individual injuries, Philly was left with seven players available for their homestand against the Nuggets on Saturday. The team had no choice but to put an injured Mike Scott in the line-up just to make sure they made the eight-player minimum.

With Robert Williams of the Boston Celtics testing positive for the virus, the Celtics were set to field a short-handed team ala Philly, but fortunately for them, the league chose to postpone their game against the Heat.