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That's a 78% increase in the number of heads of state and national governments on Twitter from 2011. Which means Twitter is taking over the world. And we're ok with that.
I miss the days when basketball players considered themselves basketball players trying to win championships instead of a “small business that is a cog in the machine of a bigger business” https://t.co/FmWzI8huZs
When the Beal trade rumors flew around 48hrs ago wasn’t the response “it’s just business” “we’re trying to win a championship” Fans say it. Ownership/Management says it. Players... can’t? https://t.co/j2YYotYJKn
@SDinwiddie_25 Hmm interesting point, but this is me speaking openly with limited info, i'm sure you know a lot more since you're in the conversations. Didn't the players come out & say they wanted to play? Doesn't that take the leverage away from players since y'all already wanted to play?
Yes, the team owners have run a master class in media manipulation. https://t.co/FFdGMdJoOq
NBA surveyed GMs on several formats to restart the season: - 16 teams directly to playoffs - “Playoffs Plus” (play-in or group stage) - All 30 teams — or all 30 teams with play-in tournament Full story on @TheAthleticNBA: https://t.co/knIzZjGaFY
If we go 16 teams directly to playoffs do those teams get paid more for the risk and carrying this years revenue after Corona and China? 🤔 https://t.co/qw75A8Awob