Stephen Curry is one of the easier guys to tweet at and get a response on Twitter. That is why Curry takes advantage of it with his #SC30 contests. Curry does a monthly contest for his Twitter followers to participate in, This time, Curry has a new #SC30 for the fans to do. Curry’s new contest is “Where in the World is Stephen Curry?” This is where his followers have to guess where Curry will be throughout the month. Stephen’s first journey before
You can not go through a day on Twitter without Metta World Peace tweeting something crazy or wanting fans to come hang out with him. Today’s request by the newly-signed New York Knicks small forward is to come play sandball with him Sunday at 4 PM. World Peace, or whatever his fans want to name him next, always is a hit with fans, whether it be getting a technical foul to pump up the crowd or just randomly wanting to talk with
Former NBA champion Richard “Rip” Hamilton was recently waived by the Chicago Bulls, saving the team roughly $4 million next season. Rip Hamilton as a member of the Chicago Bulls. He quickly became a free agent target for teams looking to add a veteran shooting guard. Hamilton is clearly excited to be a free agent and seems to be embracing his time in the open market. First time I’ve been a free agent at the beginning of a summer in
Blue Devil Nation had something to fee happy about today when Jabari Parker of Chicago’s Simeon H.S., widely considered the No. 1 recruit in the nation, committed to Duke for next season.
We should all be grateful we are alive today. I say that to myself every time I hear of an unexpected death or tragedy, and that was certainly the case today when the Rockets announced that coach Kevin McHale’s daughter, Sasha McHale, passed away from Lupus at the tender age of 23.
I would love to Thank Oklahoma City for 3 amazing years! Teammates and Fans were thee best. The love will always be there. Thanks Again. — James Harden (@JHarden13) October 28, 2012 This tweet pretty much speaks for itself, but something Harden might want to ask himself over the ensuing five years: Was it worth it for the extra $6 million? After coming soooo close to a championship, was it worth it to take a half-decade step back for an extra $1.2
Continuing with the ongoing theme of the week for the NBA, our Twitter feed takes us back to China. Former San Antonio Spurs small forward, now NBA analyst for ESPN, Bruce Bowen succinctly expressed the excitement that Chinese basketball fans have for the game. He sent out this tweet from Shanghai at the Miami Heat’s open practice:
Twitter is a powerful tool, and sometimes it is a way to help you make up your mind. When you have over 50,000 Twitter followers, as Josh Harrellson does, you can let them help you decide the answers to the life-altering questions of each day — such as, should I shave? Should I shave or keep the beardinstagr.am/p/QabH5OqJBj/ — Josh Harrellson (@BigJorts55) October 5, 2012 Less than an hour later, Jorts tweeted this: My face feels much betterinstagr.am/p/QaegCXqJET/ — Josh Harrellson (@BigJorts55) October 5, 2012