Tweet of the Day: Kenneth Faried

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While Sunday played host to Game 1 of the Western Conference Finals in the NBA, the world of music was treated to hilarity.

Sunday night at the Billboard Music Awards—which netted their highest ratings in 12 years—R&B singer Miguel attempted to platform jump over a group of fans during a performance. Needless to say, his jump did not end well. Additionally, hip hop fans were given behind-the-scenes pictures of Drake on the set of a forthcoming music video for his song, “No New Friends.”

Unfortunately for both Miguel and Drake, fans took to Instagram to demonstrate their photo-editing and comedic prowess using the music stars’ likenesses to make internet memes. Many people have gotten a good laugh at their expense.

Denver Nuggets forward Kenneth Faried showcases his favorite image.

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Washington Wizards forward Chris Singleton took a nice shot at Miguel with his first tweet of the day.

Good mawnin, let's start today by leg dropping some one
@C_SING31
Chris Singleton

Dallas Mavericks reserve center Bernard James was entertained enough to post eight pictures in two tweets.

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Just found this one I'm dying over here! I know I'm late been in the gym all morning, finish and see… http://t.co/xZscHglc2h
@iBall_
Bernard James

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My personal favorite has to be the one of Drake hitting the home run.

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It’s almost believable. Almost.

Whatever their reasons for making the memes, one thing we can be sure of:  internet fans are hilarious.

Keep on doing what you do internet fans.

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LeBron James came into the weekend with the hype he’s built through the monstrous 60 percent, 30-point tear that he’d been on for nearly seven straight games.

Kevin Durant dropped (another) 30-spot: It was his third straight 30-point All-Star game.

Kobe Bryant made an timely, game-sealing block with the West up 134-126 and under 2:40 seconds to play in the game.

Carmelo Anthony and Dwyane Wade each played a well-rounded game.

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