28
Oct
09

Rudy Gay – Tweet of the Week

This will be a short post. In fact, I am posting it simply on impulse. This is a Tweet conversation between Jeff Green of the Oklahoma City Thunder and Rudy Gay of the Memphis Grizzlies.

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green_070606jeff_green22 @rudygay22 GO HOYAS!!!

rudygay22 @jeff_green22 what are the HOYAS?

jeff_green22 @rudygay22 WATCH YOUR MOUTH YOUNG MAN…YOU KNOW WHAT THEY ARE AND WHO THEY ARE SUCKA MAN

In case do not live anywhere near Storrs, Conn. or Washington, D.C. (or anywhere in between, for that matter), Green went to Georgetown and Gay went to the best school in the country, UConn. They are, and will always be, Big East basketball rivals.

You don’t just leave college behind when you go to the NBA. Michael Jordan used to wear his UNC basketball shorts under his Chicago Bulls shorts for every game. Your university becomes a part of you, and you must show pride in it at all times. This argu-Tweet goes to show that even after leaving school and making millions of dollars in the NBA, these athletes still know their roots and will continue to show their college colors.

Never graduate.

For sticking it to Jeff Green and to the Georgetown faithful, Rudy Gay receives the A.Martin Sports’ “Tweet of the Week”.

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1 Response to “Rudy Gay – Tweet of the Week”


  1. October 28, 2009 at 12:57 pm

    You are on a Tweet Roll my man! The last three have all been very, very good!


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