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Tweeting Every NBA Team's Early-Season Performance Evaluation in 140 Characters
Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports

Twitter has become such a large part of professional sports that it's almost baffling when you find out that certain players don't have accounts.

Teams across every major sport—and even the "minor" sports—utilize Twitter as a way to market their clubs and promotional events.

The NBA's Twitter feed is especially prolific. Nearly every five minutes, updates can be found regarding scores, top plays, injuries and pretty much anything you need to know about the sport.

In honor of this fantastic feed, I feel it necessary to Tweet every team's early-season performance.

As Tweets are only 140 characters or less, it's pretty difficult to fit an entire quarter-season's worth of analysis in a single Tweet. To make it work, only the most important information can be included.

Hot starts, breakout players, underachievement, tough wins, hard losses and injuries will be the basis for each Tweet, while information like predictions for the rest of the season will not be included at all.

With so few characters to spare, the entire story cannot be told—it's nearly impossible. I'm here to include as much as possible.

How would you sum up your team in 140 characters? Leave your ideas in the Comments section below!

Let's Tweet.

*You can follow me (@kennydejohn) on Twitter to follow the posts, as well as Bleacher Report's NBA page (@BR_NBA) for all of your NBA news. 

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