Found January 26, 2012 on
Ball Don't Lie:
We don't know why Cleveland Cavalier owner Dan Gilbert's Twitter account posted a strange picture on his feed sometime late on Wednesday night. We do know that, whether that was his artful and William Eggleston-take on a middling life spent in hotel rooms, or the odd work of some Twitter hacker, we loved the shot. Even if it's since been deleted.
A random shot of something nonsensical, and not exactly of any interest to anyone of someone's followers on a social networking site? That's more or less what the internet was made for. My Twitter feed is full of these bits of boredom turned into selfish fun, and I don't see why anyone else can't harbor the same sense of self-involved humor. After all, it's your site. Everyone else gets to decide whether or not they want a part of your weirdness.
Cavs owner Dan Gilbert either seemed to embrace that weirdness, or some such hacker decided to put him in his place. A weird, weird place. Here's the Yahoo! Spor...
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