Have you ever thought of following some of your favourite NBA players on Twitter? Or maybe to even make a Twitter account… Or maybe have never even heard of Twitter. You know that app, where you see a little blue bird? Yes, that one. Go ahead, make a Twitter account, and follow these Top 7 NBA Player Twitter accounts. #Awesome (don’t know what a hashtag is? Well… I’m sure you’ll figure it out when you’re finished reading!)
Top 7 NBA Players to follow on Twitter
7. Roy Hibbert (@Hoya2aPacer)
Roy, makes some pretty funny comments on his timeline, though it’s not what he’s all about. He speaks the truth, talks about goals for his teammates, team, and himself. He also isn’t a afraid to call out the trolls of Twitter, we all know those types.
6. Chris Paul (@CP3) You know that person on your Facebook that posts 1,000’s of photo’s of their kids, and 100’s of photos of their food on Instagram? Well, that’s pretty much Chris Paul’s Twitter timeline, other than the football talk, and shoe pics. Can you really have too many shoes?
5. JaVale McGee (@JaValeMcGee34) Following JaVale on Twitter is somewhat hard if you don’t know his altar ego, Pierre McGee. He is the supposed innovator of the selfie RT and the finger stache. The thing I found amazing about his timeline, all the fan interaction.
4. Blake Griffin (@BlakeGriffin32)
Enjoy comedic tweets? Then follow Blake Griffin, he’s absolutely hilarious. He’s not afraid to make people laugh, and he can laugh about his own unfortunate circumstances.
3. Metta World Peace (@MettaWorldPeace)
Metta World Peace is hard to read on the hardwood, and even more on Twitter. The guy is crazy. He did change his name to Metta World Peace, so he could have world peace on his jersey. Amusing, to say the least. Check his timeline out, one day cracking jokes, the next finding the best place to get an online degree.
2. Kobe Bryant (@KobeBryant)
Kobe has some of the most cryptic tweets I have ever seen, His picture now is #blackedout, and still has 4.16 millions followers. Hopefully this superstar will change his not so flattering picture, and go back to the #blackmumba tweets, those were always amusing.
1. LeBron James (@KingJames)
Even if he did give himself his own nick name of #KingJames, he knows how to have fan interaction. All throughout his time line you can see him answering questions from multiple fans. He shares pictures, and his latest news from family life, to game life.