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In this edition of The #NBA Is Tweeting, Quincy Acy eats a pancake, Ron Artest cries, Marquis Daniels takes a cab ride, and Kendall Marshall ponders peoples’ affinity for slot machines. Also, Wilson Chandler listens to some old-school hip hop, Stephen Jackson gets into the holiday spirit, and James White leaves Christmas shopping to the birds…
Quincy Acy (@QuincyAcy): But why this pancake this big tho…it came in a pizza box and is the same size as my hand lol http://instagr.am/p/TDDFpOAp0O/
Ron Artest (@MettaWorldPeace): OH “NOTEBOOK” TEARS OF PASSION THESE ARE
Ron Artest (@MettaWorldPeace): MY SHEETS ARE WET FROM TEARS
Marquis Daniels (@Marquis_Daniels): Riding in a cab in New York builds courage lmao I swear
Kendall Marshall (@KButter5): It’s mind boggling to me how people gamble on machines at casinos. YOU CAN’T BEAT A MACHINE.
Wilson Chandler (@wilsonchandler): E-40 “In A Major Way” album
Stephen Jackson (@DaTrillStak5): Christmas Time at the Jackson Residents http://instagr.am/p/TPOMxyxf5Y/
DeAndre Jordan (@deandrejordan): finding somebody real is my problem…
DerMarr Johnson (@DerMarrJohnson): What happens in the women’s bathroom ??? Wtf do y’all be doing
James White (@Flight8): Xmas shopping is for the birds. I’m off it already.
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Joel Przybilla of the Milwaukee Bucks has been suspended for one game by the NBA for “throwing the basketball and hitting a referee”.
Late in the 4th quarter of the Clippers win over the Bucks on Saturday, Przybilla threw the ball at a referee who called a foul on teammate Drew Gooden.
A separate referee quickly hit Przybilla with a technical foul and the league announced on...
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The Milwaukee Bucks lost to the LA Clippers last night 111-85. It was never close. Bucks fall to 12-10. Ralphnuts had the work Christmas party last night, so fortunately, breezed quickly threw this one on tape delay this morning. Ugggglllllyyyyy.
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