If you were scrolling through the thread at all, you had to have noticed a weird theme in all the tweets.
Not everyone thinks Paul Pierce is insane. "We want Wade!" when he was on the bench, even though the 37-year-old guard had played a season-high 35 minutes Tuesday and coach Erik Spoelstra warned before the game that it probably wouldn't be that way again.
"That's easy", Pierce said.
The 57-year-old former president concluded by wishing the athlete well with his future plans: "I hope the next phase of your life is just as fulfilling and just as spectacular as this one has been". I'd be sitting on five or six championships, easy. Thanks to a new Budweiser ad celebrating the life and legacy of Wade, you should load up on tissues and prepare to do a full-on ugly cry.
"I gave this game everything I had", he said. Pierce averaged 19.2 points, 5.4 rebounds, 4.0 assists and 1.1 steals per game in that same stretch, shooting 46.1 percent from the field, 38.6 percent from three and 83.7 percent from the free-throw line. The woman who got a scholarship gave Wade her cap and gown from graduation.
4 bees found feeding on woman's tears inside her eyelid in Taiwan
Dr Hung said that the bees commonly nest in the mountains and close to graves, which is how they had come into contact with He. As the Canadian Wildlife Federation notes, sweat bees can be identified by their bright metallic green or blue colour.
Others reminded the Twitterverse that no hate toward Zion would be tolerated. He got slapped on his backside by a fan - in this case, it was permitted, since the fan was his wife Gabrielle Union-Wade.
Jonathon Simmons scored 14 for the 76ers, who knew they were witnessing Wade history. He won a gold medal at the 2008 Summer Olympics.
While many National Basketball Association fans took this as an example of Pierce's ego and confidence blinding him to the facts, Gabrielle Union, who is married to Wade, perceived the player-turned-analyst's comments as an attack tearing Wade down.
Nets: Starters Joe Harris (toe) and DeMarre Carroll (right wrist) sat out, though Atkinson said they would be ready for the playoff opener. We debate player legacies constantly; you nearly can't go a week without seeing something about LeBron James and Michael Jordan on Bleacher Report.