Weekend in Tweets: 12.10.12
Manny Pacquiao gets knocked cold, the Seahawks deliver a shot of their own, and Cam Newton finds redemption for the Panthers.
By Nubyjas Wilborn December 10, 2012, 08:28 AM EST
Juan Manuel Marquez landed the 2012 equivalent of “the shot heard round the world” on Manny Pacquiao. Johnny Manizel became the first freshman to win the Heisman, the Seattle Seahawks laid the smack down on the Cardinals and the Falcons were slapped back to reality by Cam Newton.
Tweets that make you feel old.
Michael Jordan made his first SPORTS ILLUSTRATED cover appearance as an NBA player 28 years ago today:bit.ly/TLE9am— Richard Deitsch (@richarddeitsch) December 10, 2012
I see you on the come up, Frank.
Frank Ocean is sitting next to the Lakers bench. Great artist and even better album name #channelorange— Dave McMenamin (@mcten) December 10, 2012
If all the other incidents haven’t taught him why would we expect him to change his tweets?
Stephen Jackson learned that the Spurs and the NBA "aint bout this life" either. They'll fine you for it.— J.A. Adande (@jadande) December 10, 2012
Whatever he said didn’t seem to work.
This is what takes for Panthers to get motivated.
Mitt Romney sitting ringside, watching Pacquiao laying flat on his face: "I know how you feel, buddy."— Boris Kodjoe (@BorisKodjoe) December 9, 2012
One of the best punches you’ll ever see.
This is the viscous right hand by Juan Manuel Marquez that knocked out Manny Pacquiao. twitter.com/BleacherReport…"— ESPN Olympics (@ESPNOlympics) December 9, 2012
You can’t help but to wonder where the power suddenly came from.
Freddie Roach will now start the steroid rumours on Marquez just like others said about his fighter Paquiao. Wonder wht @victorconte thinks?— Mark de Mori (@MarkdeMori) December 9, 2012
You’ve won the game of life.
I swear I have shorts on in this pic but my belly is so big u can't see them Lol instagr.am/p/SwlY15wvP8/— Amber Rose (@DaRealAmberRose) December 3, 2012
RG3 is literally shaking hands and kissing babies.
RGIII giving fist bumps to this toddler is the pic of the day. bit.ly/SJhRr8— Sarah Kogod (@SarahKogod) December 9, 2012
There would be anarchy in the Staples Center.
Lakers need a Fans satisfaction guaranteed night!— Kenny Smith (@TheJetOnTNT) December 10, 2012
It’s good but not that good.
HOMELAND! Is there a better show on tv?? I think not..— Matt Leinart (@MattLeinartQB) December 10, 2012
Think you’re going to regret this one in the long run.
Great day in Arkansas. Made first recruiting trip as head coach and recruiting is going well in and out of state.. Go Hogs!— Bret Bielema (@BretBielema) December 10, 2012
And it needs to happen ASAP.
I have to do more. I have to get better!! No excuses. We got our butts whipped in our house and that's not Steeler football.— ryan clark (@RealRClark25) December 9, 2012
Trying to move up the BCS standings.
58-0 Pete Carroll is funny for that one...— Bobby McCray (@bobbymccray) December 10, 2012
You had more action with the camera guy on the show than you did in the game yesterday.
I love my wife @kimzolciak sooooooooo very much and will always have her best interests at heart!!!!!!— Kroy Biermann (@biermann71) December 10, 2012
I’d be on an island counting my money with a smile.
Somewhere Mike Brown is saying "Oh Really???"— Reggie Miller (@ReggieMillerTNT) December 10, 2012
It will be if you aren’t in it.
I feel I'm the unluckiest luckiest guy in the whole world. My life will be a great movie.— Jose Canseco (@JoseCanseco) December 10, 2012
Truly, it was an amazing accomplishment.
Messi is a true legend. Unbelievable scoring 86 goals in a season. Glad I am able to witness watching him in my lifetime.— Carli Lloyd (@CarliLloyd) December 10, 2012