Twitter is always fun during NBA games. It’s never like this during any other sporting event. Bloggers and newspaper writers are tweeting out a lot of interesting points and statistics. Here are some tweets I liked.
Professional sports love Pitbull. I had to watch him perform at the 2013 Home Run Derby in Queens. Painful stuff. I hate this song and so should you.
Pacers opened the game with strong sets that led to points.
Paul Millsap completed a four point play. Silly foul by George Hill.
The Hawks’ five-out offense is dangerous. Five guys who can shoot threes. Millsap and Teague can penetrate to open up those threes, too.
End of the first quarter.
Lance leading the bench attack. He’s got six points in the quarter at this point. 30-30.
Now everyone is mad at Lance.
Hawks living from the outside.
Evan Turner was not drafted because of his ability to shoot threes. He’s 6 foot 6 and averaged six assists his last year of college. That might be it.
Paul George with 10 points, 2 rebounds, 3 assists and 2 steals at this point.
Mahinmi and Hibbert both with 2 points and 2 rebounds.
He missed if you were wondering.
Hibbert was blocked by this guy.
He had a nice second quarter but over dribbled and turned it over on the last possession. Jeff Teague missed a layup but Kyle Korver tipped it back up.
Basketball is fun.
One of the best follows on Twitter.
Second quarter stats.
George Hill who is usually a steady defender was having a tough time defending Jeff Teague. He was blowing by him pretty easy.
Pacers playing like poop.
Pero Antic and David West get in a small altercation. 60-56, Hawks.
David West runs over Paul Millsap.
Some strategy from Mike Prada at SB Nation.
If Andrew Bynum is in your ear, quit.
Who would have thought this tweet would be posted before the game?
Atlanta Hawks twitter is generally good.
Hibbert has 2 points on 1-of-4 shooting.
I noticed Turner missing C.J. Watson wide open in the corner a few times.
Hey, we have a believer.
Pacer fans are not okay.
Hibbert, you suck.
We’ll end this broadcast with the MVP of NBA writers.
Tags: Indiana Pacers