Found March 28, 2012 on NBA 24/7 365:

In this edition of The #NBA Is Tweeting, Gerald Green demonstrates his generosity, DeJuan Blair takes a French bath, James Harden elaborates on his preference in women, and Sebastian Telfair seeks out some Mexicans who sold him bootleg DVDs in Miami.  Also, Tony Allen ducks the 5-O, Landry Fields annoys Jeremy Lin, and Ron Artest wets the bed.  Hopefully, for the sake of his mattress, Metta was using a plastic liner.

Gerald Green (@GeraldGreen14): I got these kicks in my locker I need to get rid of. Maybe I’ll sign them n give them to a fan! What y’all think?

DeJuan Blair (@DeJuan45): I love smelling good!!

Tony Allen (@aa000G9): The Police HOT as Hell…. On 240!!

James Harden (@JHarden13): I like a bad chick from a decent home.

Sebastian Telfair (@BassyS31T): 500 cash to who find the Mexicans who sold me these bad bootleg movies in Miami. They got me

Metta WorldPeace (@MettaWorldPeace): Yal keeping me up Stop mentioning me so I can stop reading I want to pee in the bed already

Landry Fields (@landryfields): Me: “I had Harvard Linning at least one game.” Jeremy: “Can you not?”… Oh, the whole world can use puns, but I can’t? smh

Kyle Lowry (@Klow7): Proud of my guys man!! Sucks having to watch and not be able to help

Speedy Claxton (@speeddeamon): Omg im trying to sleep n this little girl is singing twinkle twinkle little star at the top of her lungs…

Derrick Williams (@RealDwill7): The @2chainz concert was tough! Had Minnesota live! #truuuuu

I can’t honestly say I’ve ever been to Minnesota, but I’ve seen Fargo a few times and I feel like Minny isn’t a place you’d expect to find 2 Chainz.


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