Chris Kaman has bounced around quite a bit in the past few years, getting traded from the Los Angeles Clippers to the New Orleans Hornets and then signing a one-year deal with the Dallas Mavericks.
At least he seems to be having fun with his team-less predicament this time around.
While waiting for Dwight Howard to make a decision on which team he would join—and therefore waiting for his domino to fall into place—Kaman has been having a bit of fun on Twitter.
Here's a little taste of what we've been getting from Kaman:
I'm not sure if that's a furry sleeping bag or a full-on bear coat with a Gore-Tex lining, but Kaman looks horrifying either way.
Given the deer head up on the wall over his left shoulder, it's my guess that the bear head above him is also mounted, so the bear being a part of what he's wearing is just a horrifying illusion.
Just like general managers around the league, Kaman kicked off his free-agency period on July 1 after nearly a month of not uttering a word on Twitter.
While pondering where he could go—and evidently finding a gold nugget—Kaman was also gearing up for his huge Fourth of July celebration. It's especially important for Kaman, who dropped $10,000 on fireworks in 2012.
He seemed extremely unconcerned with where he might land, just desiring a deal from some team.
Oh, and he continued his completely unsurprising feud with PETA.
That and he figured out who he would be if the WWE came calling.
After taking most of the week off and waiting to see what happened with Howard—just like the rest of us—Kaman tweeted a picture of himself inside the giant Gore-Tex bear.
Lakers fans were down with a rumor courtesy of Yahoo! Sports' Adrian Wojnarowski that the team was interested in Kaman, mostly based on the big man's opinion of ESPN columnist Bill Simmons.
And he confronted the ones who didn't seem to like him too much.
Then he went on to explain his long absences from Twitter.
Perhaps the best news of all came most recently, as Kaman told his followers that nothing had been done to his iconic chin-locks.
Hopefully, no team signs Kaman until late in the summer. After suffering through a year of Dwight news, it would be nice to have a little entertainment from one of the league's big dudes.