Tweet of the Night: DeShawn Stevenson wants to play for the Heat

Ever since LeBron James and Chris Bosh joined forces alongside Dwayne Wade down in South Beach, many veteran free agents have been clamoring to join them for a title run.

Now, with Greg Oden signing for the veteran’s minimum on Friday with Miami, another veteran free agent wants to join him.

DeShawn Stevenson, who was recently waived by the Atlanta Hawks, expressed his interest in joining the Miami Heat on Twitter Saturday night.

DeShawn begging for LeBron to tell Miami’s front office to sign him is beyond hilarious.

Ever since the 2008 playoffs when Stevenson was on the Wizards and James on the Cavaliers, these two have had bad blood. Stevenson swiped at James’ head in 2008 and ever since then, it has not been exactly a “great” relationship.

Even one of the most well known rappers got involved in this beef. During the 2008 playoffs Jay Z, friend of LeBron, dissed Stevenson in a remix to the song Blow The Whistle.

In 2011, when Stevenson’s Mavericks defeated the Heat, he wore a shirt dissing LeBron at the victory parade. The shirt read, “Hey LeBron! How’s my Dirk taste?

Sure, Stevenson can hope he ends up in Miami on the veteran’s minimum, as he chases down another ring before his eventual retirement…but this situation is highly unlikely to happen in the first place. Better believe LeBron will not tell anyone on the Heat to sign Stevenson. Better yet, he will likely glance at the tweets and laugh.

Do not worry Heat fans; one of LeBron’s enemies is not likely coming to play for Miami. If he does though, that sure will be an awkward locker room with two long-time foes playing on the same team.

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