Week two of Social Sunday and would you believe it? There are more tweets for you to read. This week the Mavericks had some fun games and also some painful ones, both of which led to great tweets.
A quick housekeeping note: while I can find most of Mavs Twitter’s best tweets, there is a chance some slip through the cracks. If you see a tweet that should be featured here during the week, just tweet @80gradewhitt and let me know. Or do this if you want to yell about how bad these tweets are.
Now, here are the best of this week’s tweets!
Dennis denies it! ✋#MFFL pic.twitter.com/JBSWUNfUDy— Dallas Mavericks (@dallasmavs) October 27, 2017
Starting with some darn good Dennis defense, because point guard blocks are fun and so is Dennis Smith Jr.
Steph Curry consoles Devin Harris’ nephew, who lost his dad in a car accident #DubNation pic.twitter.com/8X77d0Kttl— TBN (@TBNMedia) October 24, 2017
This was really special for Curry to reach out to a kid who has been through so much lately. Our hearts go out to the family of Bruce Harris.
it’s funny that wes matthews is a better basketball player than chandler parsons now.— Austin (@garooya) October 24, 2017
Austin is petty. This is a petty tweet, which makes it good.
regardless of game-flow, dirk playing 29 minutes in a blowout loss to the warriors and noel playing 12 is a travesty.— Noel Burner Account (@Boweman55) October 24, 2017
Josh is mad. Water is wet.
Every time Powell checks in instead of Noel an angel loses its wings— Mavs Moneyball (@mavsmoneyball) October 24, 2017
This is a fact. A sad fact, but a fact that will keep resurfacing because rotations make no sense.
DSJ's the only teenager in Mavs history to score even 5 pts in a game. He's going to make a few marks in the franchise rookie record book.— Bobby Karalla (@bobbykaralla) October 26, 2017
Youth is a beautiful, joyous thing.
October 3, 2017
This tweet had me actually laughing aloud which really spooked my dog.
Mike Conley on Dennis Smith Jr.: "I love his game. He plays with a great pace, very patient. He’s going to be something special.”— Tim MacMahon (@espn_macmahon) October 26, 2017
High praise from someone who knows what it takes to be a really good NBA point guard.
the mavs making everyone think they were taking frank is the greatest move the front office has made since 2011.— Noel Burner Account (@Boweman55) October 24, 2017
Bless Phil Jackson’s whole heart.
I don’t want to be here— Mavs Moneyball (@mavsmoneyball) October 24, 2017
I’m like Eric Bledsoe at a hair salon because I, too, am out of here. Thank you for enjoying the tweets.