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Philly fans at Sixers game mock Vikings’ SKOL chant by saying “FULTZ” instead (VIDEOS)

Philadelphia legally owns Minnesota.

NBA: Denver Nuggets at Philadelphia 76ers John Geliebter-USA TODAY Sports

Philadelphia continues to own Minnesota when it comes to professional sports.

As if Eagles fans mocking the Vikings’ SKOL chant by shouting “FOLES!” over and over while Minny was getting blown out by Philly in the NFC Championship Game wasn’t delightfully disrespectful enough, Sixers fans got in on the action on Monday night.

In Markelle Fultz’s first game back from a very long layoff, Sixers fans chanted “FULTZ!” while doing the SKOL clap as they called for him to be put back in with Philadelphia possessing a big lead late in the fourth quarter. Watch for yourself:

To recap this year in Philadelphia owning Minnesota:

The Eagles beat the Vikings in the NFC Championship Game by a score of 38 to 7. Then the Eagles won the Super Bowl in the Vikings’ home stadium. Then it was reported the Vikings will have to watch the Eagles’ raise that championship banner in Week 1. Then the Eagles clowned the Vikings’ official Twitter account. Then the Sixers blew out the Timberwolves the other night. Then the Sixers trolled Minnesota fans.

And now we own your silly little chant now, Minnesota.

Investigate that.



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