Like peanut butter and jelly, like Matt Damon and Ben Affleck, like the Lakers and irrationally exaggerated midseason hysteria.
We now live in an era where the majority of the Association’s players are active in social networking, and more often than you think, they’re saying provocative stuff that makes headlines.
No, not like LeBron James bashing the 8-32 Cleveland Cavaliers in a tweet. No one cares about that. We’re talking about real, impactful stuff coming from the game’s top players.