It's slow in the off-season. But, there's no off-season for Twitter. Here are some notable recent OKC Thunder tweets:
PROPS to @jareddudley619. At 2-0, JMZ insisted Suns would just pull an OKC and win two at home. And I stood at his locker tryin not to scoff
Via Marc Stein, NBA Correspondent
I like how winning both your home games after losing the first two games of a series is now known as "pulling an OKC." It's also like how the Thunder are still on the minds of NBA media and fans. I think next year we can expect a lot more national games. Give the people what the want!
Had a good workout..worked on my triple threat jab step game, ballhandling, pick n rolls and alotta shots..time to relax n make beats now!
Good workout...got a hour to rest then gotta go back for on the court drills and pool workout, after the pool ima b outta commission smh lol
Time to go put up some SHOTS, SHOTS, SHOTS, SHOTS SHOTS(LMFAO voice) Good workout! Feel stronger..got another one at 12
Via Kevin Durant, NBA Superstar
It's nice to see our heart, soul, and leader putting in hard work during the off-season. I hope he comes back bigger, faster, and stronger. The rest of the league does not.
Did you know Serge Ibaka has a Flickr account? The titles are my favorite. HIGH FIVE. http://www.flickr.com/photos/sergeibaka/
Via Daily Thunder, Thunder Blog
I did not know that. And, that is awesome. Any more access to IBLOCKa is welcome. I'm on a fledging quest to get Serge on twitter. By his teammate's accounts he is the funniest player on the team. It would be nice for the fans to see some of his humor. Plus, never hurts to practice his English.
I need to get my priorties and my shit str8 asap...until then everythig must go...so Twitter it was cool...peace
Via Jeff Green, underrated Thunder forward
Wow. So, I guess Uncle decided Twitter was too much of a distraction. It is a little disappointing, but if that's what he thinks he has to do to get better then more power to him.
ALL MY FOLLOWERS FOOLLOW MY WHY NOT PAGE!!!!. NOWW LOL . . @WHYN0TTT
Via Russell Westbrook, the NBA's true Most Improved Player
I don't really know the entire story. But, I guess a reporter asked why he could be a PG in the NBA or something and RW0 responded with "Why not?" Anyone got the exact story or link? Anyways, Russ is now branding this as his phrase, I like it. Especially because of all the haters from last season (looks over at Jim Traber). He's selling Live Strong type bracelets now.