The art of NBA players trolling fans with emojis before trade deadline

If you’ve been following the NBA action on Twitter lately then you’ve likely noticed players engaging in bizarre behavior.

Since the players are coming off of the All-Star break, they have more free time than usual, leading them to be on Twitter a lot. This has resulted with many players doing subtle things to their Twitter page, or in their tweets, that are driving fans crazy.

While it’s possible some of them actually have meaning, most of them are players just messing with people.

“Everybody is just looking for something,” Knicks guard Brandon Jennings said, via the New York Times. “First of all, players are not going to say anything anyway if it is something. I think it’s just fun because you can mess around with people.”

Gobert finished the controversial win with 16 points and 24 rebounds. Rodney Hood led the team in scoring with 28 points.

On a day of close finishes, Paul George scored 34 points with five rebounds Cheap Hockey Jerseys and four assists to lead the Pacers to a 97-96 win over the Hawks. George, who was mentioned frequently in trade squabble before the trade deadline, drained six 3-pointers to show off his versatility.

Stephen Curry roused out of his slump to score 31 points with eight rebounds and six assists in a lackluster 112-105 win over the Knicks. Both teams were upset with Madison Square Garden for choosing to quell Cheap Goalie Jerseys Soccer all music during pregame and the first half of play in the interest of giving fans an authentic basketball experience.

Russell Westbrook: Mark Cuban said before the Mavericks’ 104-89 win over Oklahoma City that Russell Westbrook was “not” an MVP candidate this season. Westbrook did little to help his own case Sunday by shooting just 8 for 24 from the floor, while compiling a miserable minus-14 ratio on the plus/minus scale.

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