Ochocinco & Wilfork: TWITTER FIGHT!!!

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Ochocinco & Wilfork: TWITTER FIGHT!!!

By Adam Hart
CSNNE.com

Twitter is awesome. The latest example came Tuesday night when it provided a glimpse into the relationships between Patriots players, formerly masked by dull locker room interviews.

It started with a tweet by Chad Ochocinco:

The answer is most definitely "no," as proven by the photo uploaded by No. 85:

Albert Haynesworth, fresh off a court appearance in D.C.;
Chad Ochocinco, just returned from The Land of Oz; Vince Wilfork. TWITPIC

Those red shoes can't save Ocho from 600-plus pounds of fury. Since he was in on the joke, Wilfork tweeted with a level of faux-anger typically reserved for TV star wrestling:

Wilfork is a stickler for spelling. What he didn't count on, though, was Ocho having a passable excuse:

Them's fighting words. No, not really. Because Ocho jokingly claimed he already won in a post-pic throwdown.

Ocho totally LMAO'd at that.

If only Albert Haynesworth was on twitter. We'd get a great response, like "Go Patriots" or something.

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Paul George takes to Twitter to explain moving truck

Paul George takes to Twitter to explain moving truck

The internet went crazy on Friday when a fan posted an image of what appeared to be moving trucks outside of Paul George’s house.

While the Pacers star could eventually be on the move this summer via trade, he took to Twitter to explain why the trucks don't necessarily mean he's moving right now. 

The Celtics held trade talks for George on during the NBA Draft, but could not complete a deal.

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According to Marc Stein of ESPN, the Cavaliers, Pacers and Nuggets have reportedly discussed a three-way deal that would send Paul George to Cleveland and Kevin Love to Denver.

The deal is similar to the one Brian Scalabrine proposed during draft night that involved the Celtics, Cavaliers and Pacers.