The Athlete's Guide to Not Sucking at Twitter

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The Athlete's Guide to Not Sucking at Twitter
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Twitter. It has changed the relationships we have with our favorite athletes. In some cases, it has given us relationships with those athletes that never would have existed otherwise. 

With what other platform would grown men be able to air out their man-crushes on wide receivers and point guards? How else would girls get a chance to tell one of the most famous athletes in the world that they want to mother his children? 

Unfortunately, Twitter also gives athletes a platform to share their innermost thoughts—and many of those athletes don't quite know how to use it. Giving impulsive people an easy way to share their quick and dirty thoughts with the entire universe is a recipe for disaster, right? 


Some athletes are great at using Twitter to build their brands and fanbases. Then, there are the others. Let's take a look at everything they do wrong. 

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