NBA Tweets of the Day: Second Chances and Safety First

NBA Tweets of the Day: Second Chances and Safety First

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 February 16, 2021.

Get Well Soon

This is just an absolutely insane stat for PJ Tucker to have when you consider just how many players have entered and left the league since 2012, and how many are still remaining. He has played more games than LeBron James since his return.

Bigger Than Basketball

The Blake Griffin era of the Detroit Pistons has reached its conclusion, but he will be remembered fondly for his off-court contributions if nothing else.

(Dust) Bunnies

The benefit of not having fans in the arena and increased cleaning protocols means that Bradley Beal will not emerge from under the bleachers covered in popcorn, beer, mustard or anything else that has been stuck to the floors since the dawn of time.

Stay Me7o

Listen. There is nothing that grinds my gears more to think about that the fact that LaMelo Ball has the @melo handle on Instagram and Carmelo Anthony does not. There is only one Melo.

New-lius Randle

Julius Randle led the New York Knicks to a 123-112 win over the Atlanta Hawks with 44 points and 9 rebounds. Can it be a comeback story when you’ve never played this well in your career? Whatever it is, it is heartwarming to watch.

My My My, How the Turntables

Watching NBA fans as a collective turn on Trae Young has been another interesting storyline to follow this season. His foul-baiting is nothing new (see: James Harden), but it does make for a less aesthetically pleasing basketball game.

Safety First

Whether this is just Tara’s maternal instincts kicking in because of the unusual weather or not, the Portland Trail Blazers absolutely cannot, under any circumstances, afford to lose another player to injury. Be careful out there!

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