NBA Tweets of the Day: New Beginnings

NBA Tweets of the Day: New Beginnings

Each day, BasketballNews.com scours #NBATwitter to bring you the best tweets from the previous day. Some are insightful, some are just hilarious (so we had to include them).

Without further ado, here are the tweets of the day for March 29, 2021.

Forget Y’all, I’m Out

Lou Williams did not see himself getting traded from the Clippers to the Hawks for Rajon Rondo at the trade deadline, and in true Lou Will fashion, he did not mince words. Patiently waiting for him to spill all of that Steve Ballmer tea.

Two Hearts, One Family

Both Raptors and Blazers fans took comfort in knowing that their players, Rodney Hood, Gary Trent Jr., and Norman Powell, would be well cared for in their next adventures. This will never happen with the Clippers, though. People don’t forget.

Understand the Grind

Maybe ask him after he chooses whether or not to opt in to his player option this year.

Same Old Song

If I had a nickel for every time Danny Ainge almost did something, I would be able to buy the Boston Celtics and actually do something.

We Belong Together

Are the Spurs allowing fans in their building for home games? Can they make an exception for Mariah Carey? I guarantee Keldon Johnson will drop 50 on whoever they’re playing.

Rest In...Wait A Minute

Clutch Points strikes again, giving NBA fans worldwide a heart attack in the process.

Grandma Update

Remember the grandma who discovered the NBA during lockdown and chose Danny Green as her favorite player on the 76ers? Danny does, and he gifted her a jersey with a special message. Your move, KD.

Old Habits, New Wounds

Oh Norman, this is totally understandable considering it had been about 72 hours since being traded, and he was still able to sleep in his own bed in Tampa. This was also the moment it became very real that he wasn’t a Raptor anymore.

See a tweet that should be featured in our next Tweets of the Day piece? Send it to @kelsea_lately.

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