The generation of social media we are living in today has bridged many connections between fans and the rest of the sports world, granting access to their favorite teams and athletes. The type of access our daddys would have only dreamed of attaining. So this year, WE are proud to offer Wizards fans a segment that will reveal the week’s top three Wizards-related tweets, Facebook statuses, Instagram uploads, perhaps an AIM away message even. Whether it’s posted by a Wizard or about a Wizard, we’ll be sure to find it, and expose it. Mike Andrews (@mikeandrews89) continues our weekly tradition with his own findings and posts..
Another Friday means another week of the best tweets from around the association. Today, I’m throwing one extra one in there not from the NBA, but totally worthy of this article.
Garrett Temple, who makes a $854,000 salary, was complaining about the rent prices in the DMV. Try doing it on a median salary, Garrett L. But at least he feels comfortable enough to know that he’s going to be around for a while, which is something that all Wizards fans should feel some solace in.
Magic Johnson, like pretty much everyone else in the world, had a hard time following the Manti Te’o situation this week. Don’t worry Magic, I’m right there with you.
Kobe Bryant, who recently got himself set up on Twitter, is being very interactive with the fans as he has spent a good amount of time replying and retweeting mentions. But this one was his more memorable of the past week.
And then, ladies and gentlemen—the grand finale. This one is brought to you by the MLB—more specifically Logan Morrison, of the Miami Marlins. He had an interesting conversation with someone who seems to have…well…take a look at it for yourself.