Found December 04, 2012 on NBA 24/7 365:
In this edition of The #NBA Is Tweeting, Steve Francis does million-dollar deals on his IPhone, Joe Johnson encourages you to step outside your comfort zone, Kendall Marshall drinks lemonade, and Brandon Jennings looks for a gold Christmas tree.  Also, Reggie Evans craves soul food, JJ Redick’s fire alarm goes AWOL, and Damian Lillard doesn’t want your advice.  Unless of course you’ve played in the NBA.  Then it’s different. Steve Francis (@SteveFranchise3): Million dollar deals over my IPhone. Good day. So far. Joe Johnson (@TheJoeJohnson7): Enjoying what you know is fine, but it’ll never hurt to explore. Try taking a step outside your comfort zone to see whats out there. Kendall Marshall ‏(@KButter5): Chick-fil-a might got the best lemonade. supa bomb Wilson Chandler (@wilsonchandler): Got a couple friends from the neighborhood doing well for themselves. No ball or mic. School and work. There’s nothing wrong with that! Brandon Jennings ‏(@justryod3): I need a Gold Christmas Tree. Jamal Crawford ‏(@JCrossover): So funny, out here in Cali when it rains people are like ” drive safely” like it’s snowing lol.. Reggie Evans (@ReggieEvans30): I have to find a Soul Food spot in N.Y today. JJ Redick (@JJRedick): Never fun when the fire alarm battery goes AWOL at 3:21 AM. Even more of a problem when there are no replacement batteries on hand. Dante Cunningham (‏@DlamarC33): Yo is this over…… like theres no more twilight movies Damian Lillard (@Dame_Lillard): Don’t tweet me with ANY advice if you haven’t played a second of NBA basketball. Thanks
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