NBA Tweets of the Day: January 27, 2021

NBA Tweets of the Day: January 27, 2021

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 January 27, 2021.

It’s A Cold World, Bundle Up

As a Canadian, I felt this one in my soul. We always know that the inevitable heavy snow is coming, but we still always act surprised when it does. One time I couldn’t find a snow brush and had to clean my car off with a hockey stick. Eh?

R.I.P. Sekou Smith

We at BasketballNews.com express our deepest sympathies to the family and loved ones of Sekou Smith, and will do our best to keep his memory alive in everything we publish. A true force of good in our industry, and he will be as missed as he was respected.

Running Scared?

Are the Clippers scared of the Hawks? Trae Young did hand them a 9-point loss last night. Is he the Kawhi Leonard Kryptonite?

ISO Proud of You

Of course this happened right after I traded Bam Adebayo to Alex Kennedy in our fantasy league.

Down Bad-ley Beal

This is the face of a very frustrated man who is too polite to ask for a trade, and is watching his former point guard flourish on a new team. I’m no scientist, but maybe the front office should ask him what he needs?

S.O.S.

Every team that isn't the Washington Wizards is furiously plugging players into the trade machine right now, and every team thinks that they will be the one to land Brad.

No Love Lost

John Wall is just like us, laying in the long grass just waiting to dunk on everyone who has ever wronged him. At least he’s honest about it.

I Had to See This, So You Have to See It Too

I’m so sorry we had to end it on this note.

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