On the surface, it's four old guys talking about Twitter.
Once you dig a little deeper, it's still four old guys talking about Twitter, which, really, is the selling point anyway.
On Thursday's DNL, Marcus Hayes, Derrick Gunn, Mike Kern and Michael Barkann got sidetracked into a conversation about fake Twitter accounts, during which Marcus Hayes — by telling you not to fake him — practically begs you to create his parody account.
(I have 9,873,321,245 ideas for that, but I'll leave them to you guys.)
The conversation then devolves into Hayes putting Barkann on the spot over the time Adam Aron mistook the @BikeMarkann account for the anchor's actual account. From September:
Welcome to DNL in 2013.
Now, your best @TheFakeMarcusHayes material? Leave it below. For reference, this guy hasn't updated "Not Marcus Hayes" since July 2011.
And then there's this guy:
Andrew Bogut, we hardly knew ye.
After coming over from Dallas as part of the Nerlens Noel trade, Bogut is already thinking about his next move.
With the Sixers expected to buy out Bogut's contract, the former No. 1 overall pick will look to sign with the Cavaliers, according to ESPN's Tim MacMahon.
The Sixers swapped Noel for Bogut, Justin Anderson and a top-18 protected first-round pick — which will likely turn into two second-round picks — last Thursday.
With LeBron James begging the front office for help, the Cavaliers are also expected to sign Bogut's former Dallas teammate Deron Williams in Monday, according to The Vertical's Shams Charania.
AMHERST, Mass. -- Zach Lewis scored a career-high 37 points, including six three-pointers, and Massachusetts pulled away from La Salle 84-71 on Sunday to snap a three-game losing streak.
Lewis, whose 37-point effort was the best for any player in the Atlantic 10 this season, hit nine of his 16 field goal attempts overall and was a perfect 13-for-13 at the free throw line. Dejon Jarreau added 20 points and four three-ponters for UMass (14-15, 4-12).
Pookie Powell hit five 3-pointers and scored 24 points, and B.J. Johnson added 20 points to lead La Salle (14-13, 8-8).
Both teams shot similar percentages and had similar three-point totals, but the Minutemen finished with a plus-14 advantage at the free throw line.
La Salle remained within striking distance but a 13-4 stretch for UMass midway through the second half pushed its lead to 63-51. The Minutemen kept the Explorers at arm's length the rest of the way.