Chris Kaman, who has become a must-follow on Twitter due to his affinity for posting photos of dead “muskrats,” among other reasons, defended his honor via social media on Monday night.

The veteran NBA center responded to a comment made on Twitter by sports personality Bill Simmons last week, when Simmons mocked the Dallas Mavericks for signing Kaman, 30, and claiming Elton Brand, 33, off amnesty waivers.

That prompted Mavericks owner Mark Cuban to respond.

Finally, Kaman stood up for himself.

Unfortunately, that tweet did not include any photos of dead rodents. Maybe Kaman felt Simmons’ avatar was enough.