Tweets of the Week - Nov. 26 - Dec. 2
The past week started with a stunning comeback win over the Bulls and ended with a stirring comeback win over the Celtics.
The second edition of tweets of the week, spanning Nov. 26 - Dec. 2, treats us to some unbridled reaction from players after those wins, Larry Sanders earning every type of praise, and holiday toy drive details and culinary advice from Drew Gooden.
This series will continue each week throughout the season, so be sure to use the hashtags #Bucks, #GoBucksGo, and #MILvOPP (OPP = opposing team’s code, ex: CHI) before, during, and after games.
Drew enjoyed the 27-point comeback against the Bulls.
Hahahahahhahahahahahahahahahhahahahahahhahahahahahahahahahhahahahahaha!! Go Bucks!!— Drew Gooden (@DrewGooden) November 27, 2012
That just happened!!! #Bucks— Tobias Harris (@tobias31) November 27, 2012
That was crazy WOW— BRANDON JENNINGS (@justryod3) November 27, 2012
Pretty much sums it up.
Most of the analysis from Milwaukee's win tonight has just been "WOOOOOOOOOOOOHOOOOOOOOOOOO".— Dan Sinclair (@dan_sinclair) November 27, 2012
So, Beno has a thing for comebacks.
Deja Vu all over again: In Dec. 2009, B. Udrih quarterbacked a 35-point comeback for Sacramento in Chicago. Story on bucks.com— Jim Paschke (@Paschketball) November 27, 2012
Larry asked Bucks trivia questions to his followers for a chance to win tickets, which is a pretty cool thing to do.
First the rules...— Nappy Gilmore (@LarrySanders) November 27, 2012
In case you were looking for a Call of Duty opponent.
Bout to play Call of Duty on PS3. Who wants to play? Tweet me your game tag— Drew Gooden (@DrewGooden) November 27, 2012
Also into video games: Tobias.
#BlackOps (xbox360)— Tobias Harris (@tobias31) November 27, 2012
Support the Drew Gooden Foundation this holiday season.
I am doing a holiday toy drive this year in my hometown.To find out how to be involved, go to my website TheDrewGooden.com— Drew Gooden (@DrewGooden) November 28, 2012
A noble, good-hearted Prince.
Tom Ziller on point, as always.
As a Thai food enthusiast, good to know.
FYI. Don't eat Thai food past 11pm— Drew Gooden (@DrewGooden) November 29, 2012
Aren't we all?
One of these days I'm gonna do my Christmas shopping...— Tobias Harris (@tobias31) November 29, 2012
I like that Brandon likes to go home and watch NBA.
Both games on TNT have been great tonight.— BRANDON JENNINGS (@justryod3) November 30, 2012
Larry seems to be in the right state of mind these days.
Gooooooodmorning!! I love you all and hope you have a great day...— Nappy Gilmore (@LarrySanders) November 30, 2012
Friday Larry Sanders tied Kareem Abdul-Jabbar's single-game franchise record for blocks (10), originally set on Nov 3, 1973 v DET. #MILvBOS— Milwaukee Bucks (@Bucks) December 1, 2012
Pretty impressive, actually.
Sanders jokes postgame that only 2 fouls was his most impressive stat tonight. #MILvMIN— Bucks PR (@BucksPR) December 1, 2012
Larry brought so much energy.
This is nice to see.
Larry, basketball player.
Larry Sanders has played 30+ minutes while committing fewer than 3 fouls three times in his career--two of them came this weekend.— Frank Madden (@brewhoop) December 2, 2012
Larry, human being.
Larry reacts the way most of us feel like we would if we could do what he does. Slapped every hand running through the tunnel after game.— Jeremy Schmidt (@Bucksketball) December 2, 2012
Welcome back, Luc.
In his 1st game of the season, Luc Mbah a Moute played 14 min. vs. BOS last night. BOS shot 5-for-23 in those 14 min. #immediateimpact— John Schuhmann (@johnschuhmann) December 3, 2012
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