Tweet of the Day: John Hollinger

Only a small handful of players even bothered to mention the forthcoming destruction of the world, and probably because no one really buys into it.

Portland Trail Blazers star Nicolas Batum seems to think that the 2012 apocalypse is a joke—possibly for good reason considering the amount of hype that it received—as he plays peek-a-boo with Saturday.

today is the start of a new era for the world. #mayans
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Craig Smith

The Manimal, Denver Nuggets forward Kenneth Faried has promised to follow all of his Twitter followers…

If the world comes to an end today I'm following all my followers I got y'all 😁😅😂😭😆
@KennethFaried35
Kenneth Faried

Not sure that that kind of promise has much value. Should the world end, Twitter will probably be the least of anyone’s concerns.

The Bible Says..... No Man Will Know The Day Or The Hour------> #Goodnight LoL
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Carl Landry

Golden State Warriors forward Carl Landry is referring to the book of Matthew in the New Testament of the bible, which reads (in short):

“But about that day or hour no one knows, not even the angels in heaven, nor the Son, but only the Father…Therefore keep watch, because you do not know on what day your Lord will come.”

Now that the world hasn’t ended, it’s back to basketball—with plenty of great games on the docket for the Holiday season.

 

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  1. A.J. says

    Sportswriters have always been unofficially employed by the NBA franchises, anyway. At least now he can accept an official paycheck without having to take cash under the table.

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