Alright… Here’s what I think we know: Brandon McDonald of the Detroit Lions tuned into the Bulls/76ers playoff game tonight.
What I don’t know: the meaning of his tweet.
Perhaps “bunnies” refer to girls, and McDonald is expressing his confusion at how an “ugly” guy like Iguodala could have an attractive girlfriend? I don’t know.
I mean Iguodala may not be super attractive to the opposite sex, but it’s not like he’s Pau Gasol…
Should a guy who looks like that get a girl who looks like this?
Ah, life of a pro football player. You can just tweet out a housecleaning request and have a diehard fan instantly at your service.
Not really, though, and Brandon McDonald of the Detroit Lions found out the hard way.
Didn’t take him long to lose patience.
I assume most football players eat a lot, but it sounds like Brandon McDonald has an abnormal appetite.
Starring Justin Durant instead of Samuel L. Jackson.
He washes his hands when they’re clean. He eats when he’s not hungry. He vacuums when there is no dirt.
Justin Durant doesn’t always iron his shirts, but when he does, he makes sure they’re wrinkle-free.
So Alphonso Smith is basically saying, “Reach the age of 70, and you become an illegal citizen.”
The Boston Red Sox started 2012 like they ended 2011, losing in walk-off fashion. Detroit Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford sure is lucky, however, because he almost jinxed the Detroit Tigers.
That tweet seems accurate now, but Stafford posted it prematurely… before Jose Valverde relinquished the Tigers’ 2-0 lead in the ninth inning.
Even though it’s Opening Day, Detroit fans probably wouldn’t have been too happy with Stafford if the Tigers didn’t bounce back in the bottom of the ninth to win on an Austin Jackson single.
At 1:38 pm, Joique Bell, a running back you’ve probably never heard of, tweeted the following from his iPhone:
Really? First pitch was about 30 minutes ago, buddy, and you could have easily found your answer on Safari or ESPN Scorecenter.
Would you even think about doing this if you saw Ndamukong Suh sitting in front of you?
While reading this C.J. Wilson tweet, I couldn’t help but think of this scene from Curb Your Enthusiasm.