The Magic Man is performing his greatest trick today. He's getting married.
The Eagles longsnapper and famous Ellen DeGeneres Show guest will get hitched to his sweetheart Annalise Dale on a beach in Mexico, according to Dorenbos' Instagram.
He shared a couple of their engagment photos as well. It's not clear why they are wearing normal clothes in the ocean though.
"Game time!," Jon wrote. "On a beach in Mexico. #weddingday with @missannalisedale #engagementpics."
"The day has come. I you love Suga! Barefoot in the sand we will say "I do" #weddingday #engagementpics," he wrote in another.
Maybe they will serve burgers at the reception?
Process Trusters, like little kids, love attention. Good, bad, indifferent -- it doesn't matter. Just give them some attention.
So they're absolutely going to love the fact that the folks at The Ringer made a video game featuring Sam Hinkie as the hero battling the evil Colangelos.
And you can drive around as Hinkie in a tank! You can also put Joel Embiid on your back (to protect his knees) and fight the mightly collar of the Colangelo.
It's a thing that exists and you'll probably enjoy it for five minutes of your day.
God bless the Internet and long live The Process.
The Process. What does it even mean at this point?
Some actually believe it has lost all of it's meaning. Others believe the Process will never end. It's also a nickname Joel Embiid gave to himself. And now it's even a beer.
Whatever you think of the slogan mostly attributed to the Sam Hinkie-era Philadelphia 76ers, "Trust the Process" has become a rallying cry of sorts for the team's fans.
Be patient, do things the right way, and results will come.
That's a sentiment projected No. 1 overall pick in tonight's draft, Markelle Fultz, has had to ascribe to his entire life. He got cut from his varsity team as a sophomore at Dematha Catholic, so he needed to have faith in a process.
In fact, speaking at the NBA Draft media availability on Wednesday, Fultz said that for a while he thought he came up with the slogan long before the Sixers ever did.
"I've been saying 'trust the process' because -- I didn't even know about Philly -- but me, I got cut from JV so, staying at the same high school, the big thing we used to say back home was to 'trust the process' and not transfer schools," he said. "I didn't really know about the saying 'trust the process' with Philly until maybe my senior year heading into college. I saw the tweets about it and all that."
"I thought I came up with it at first," Fultz said.
And maybe he was right? Who knows. It doesn't really matter. As long as the Process is trusted, I suppose.