Found August 09, 2012 on
That NBA Lottery Pick:
We sometimes come across some pretty interesting stories on That NBA Lottery Pick but this one might show us the impact of social media has on today's society.
One huge Dwayne Wade fan by the name of Karim Khatib thought he won a signed pair of Dwyane Wade through a Twitter contest.
Below is a picture of the shoes:
As he decided to share the spoils of his win on Twitter, he tagged Dwyane Wade in the tweet and got response from D-Wade minutes later:
Poor Karim, not only did he not get a pair of autographed sneakers but his Twitter followers saw that he got duped.
(Courtesy of Foot Basket
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