Tweet Wars Part I

This guy really needs to stop tweeting nonsense.

Part II has yet to be written, but Part I occurred a day after the Bucks-Lakers game Sunday night, when the Lakers destroyed Milwaukee and looted all its brewery secrets in the process. Well, that was more a side-story, while the win-column/loss-column was what everyone else was focusing on.

Lakers backup point guard Jordan Farmar and Bucks rookie sensation Brandon Jennings exchanged multiple confrontational tweets last night. Is this what the NBA has come to? Trash-talking on twitter, guys? Really? Aren’t NBA players supposed to be tough guys with excess machismo, bumping chests and exchanging hard fouls?

Word of the day: disappointing.

Before reading this, I loved Jennings because of his moxie. Now, I opposite of love him because of his moxie. Picking a fight with Farmar after your team just got demolished is pretty stupid. What can you say? Seriously? You lost in your house AND you lost in his house, yet you are still talking trash? There really isn’t much to say, but you did anyway.

Here’s how we know you’re only 20 years old: “You started with the smack talking, and I ended it with the 2 threes. We even? Cool.”

You think you won because you made two meaningless threes in a blowout loss. That’s immaturity at its finest, because it shows that you’re more interested in winning a one-on-one matchup than the actual game. You know, the game? The only thing that matters?

I think Farmar had the best sting in the bitter back-and-forth anyway, ending it with this dig: “On a side note, Tyreke Evans really doing his thing. My pick for Rookie of the Year, no doubt. No one comes close.”

That was actually really funny.

Since Farmar is half Jewish, it can be assumed that Brandon is half anti-semitic. Not cool, Brandon. Not cool.


4 Responses to “Tweet Wars Part I”

  1. sam Says:

    farmie’s the one that tweeted
    “You started with the smack talking, and I ended it with the 2 threes. We even? Cool.”

    haha, either way, I think the farmar account is fake. funny that jennings even responded back after farmar did

  2. bROYandon Says:

    Pssssh, Jennings’ game suffers a serious problem. He doesn’t have Kobe Bryant and Pau Gasol on his team.

    Jennings is having this breakout rookie year with Bogut and Bogut only on his team. Farmar may be a decent member of the lakers, but he can’t ride him on his team’s wins over the bucks when he’s, at best, the cardboard on the back of one measly piece in a championship puzzle.

  3. Anthony Burrola Says:

    Don’t forget Ron Artest and Lamar Odom.

    Jennings is a fantastic player. In my eyes, he should be having an amazing rookie year BECAUSE only Bogut is on his team. It speaks for itself. Nowhere did I mention caliber, because it’s tacitly understood that Farmar’s not in the same class, school, or district as Jennings. Come on now, Farmar’s career high is like mid 20’s while Jennings is 55 as a rookie.

    In the NBA, winning alone allows you to talk trash, even if you only played 10 minutes in that win. Farmar actually had a really good game against the Bucks on both ends of the court. He’s well within his right to smack-talk.

  4. Daniel Cool Beans Lee Says:

    I opposite of love Brandon Jennings as well.

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