Athletes We Wish Had Twitter Accounts

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Athletes We Wish Had Twitter Accounts
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It's hard to remember what life was like before Twitter.

How did we get our news? How did athletes antagonize each other about missed calls? How did we know everything there is to know about Brandon Spikes' astrological chart?

Twitter has offered all of us sports fans unique insight into the minds of the athletes we spend most of our time, talking, writing and arguing about. It has given us a way to get to know them better than ever before. And it has also given those athletes more opportunities than ever before to publicly embarrass themselves and have it immortalized in Internet history forevermore.

For a few unlucky ones, Twitter has been perilous; for most athletes, though, it has given them a fun way to communicate with the fans and with each other.

While most athletes are already big fans of Twitter, here are some of the guys—past and present—we wish would jump on the bandwagon.

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