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Has LeBron James Joined Twitter Thanks to Chris Paul?

by Robert Littal | Posted on Tuesday, July 6th, 2010
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According to New Orleans Hornets superstar Chris Paul, he has convinced the King to join Twitter.  His follower count is increasing by about 1,000 every five minutes.  People are wondering if he will make his free agency announcement via Twitter first.

You can follow him at @KingJames; while you’re at it, you can follow me, too: @BlkSportsOnline.  If they gave out max contracts for sports writers, I would be stealing money like Joe Johnson right now.

I would like to offer my assistance to James in setting up his Twitter page, because right now it is pretty awful.

His background should be him in all the jerseys of the teams he is considering.

Also, he might want to say hello or hi.

Actually, his 1st tweet should be:

“Kobe, how my free agent ass taste?”

That would be classic.

Please don’t be a boring tweeter and only do two-word tweets like Dwight Howard; you are better than that, LeBron.

D-Wade uses all 140 characters … are you going to let him upstage you again?

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