Tag Archives: Twitter

  • Shabazz Napier Is Not Cool with LeBron’s Decision to Flee South Beach

    Shabazz Napier Is Not Cool with LeBron’s Decision to Flee South Beach

    Nobody had a better draft night than Shabazz Napier (not even Mallory Edens).  Sure, the guy wasn’t the #1 overall pick, or even the #10 overall pick. But LeBron James, the greatest basketball player on the planet, was raving about him.   Then the Miami Heat selected the point guard from the 2014 National Champion UConn Huskies with the […]

  • The 20 Greatest Sports Selfies of All Time

    The 20 Greatest Sports Selfies of All Time

    Did you hear? Apparently 2014 is the year of the selfie. Or maybe it was 2013. I don’t pay much attention to people who make such pronouncements. The point is, selfies are all the rage. Whereas it used to be nothing more than some tween idiot making a duckface and texting it to their friends, today […]

  • Dolphins’ Mike Pouncey Makes Bad Tweet About Draft Pick

    Dolphins’ Mike Pouncey Makes Bad Tweet About Draft Pick

    The Miami Dolphins were the center of a huge bullying scandal last year, and center Mike Pouncey was one of the chief culprits named in the Ted Wells report on the bullying of Jonathan Martin. Now, Pouncey is in trouble again, thanks to a joke he made on Twitter seemingly in reference to the team’s […]

  • NFL Commish Roger Goodell Held a Twitter Q&A Yesterday, and It Was Awesome

    NFL Commish Roger Goodell Held a Twitter Q&A Yesterday, and It Was Awesome

    Yesterday, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell held a Q&A on Twitter, whereby anyone in the world (on Twitter) could ask him a question by using the hashtag #AskCommish. Were there some thoughtful, interesting questions? Of course there were. But who cares about those? The best questions were the ones that were in no way serious and […]

  • Brooklyn Nets Twitter Account Calls Out Their Own Fans During Game 5

    Brooklyn Nets Twitter Account Calls Out Their Own Fans During Game 5

    With the Brooklyn Nets traveling home in need of a victory in Game 6 in order to keep their season alive, you’d think the fans at the Barclays Center would have enough reason to get loud on Friday. But during Game 5 of their first round series against the Toronto Raptors on Wednesday—which the Raps won by […]