Pro Teams Trollin' on Twitter

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Pro Teams Trollin' on Twitter
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Twitter can be a very powerful tool. 

We all know this. It gives players an unheralded way of communicating with their fans and vice versa. It gives angry sports lovers a perfect outlet for venting their frustrations. And it offers us a way to connect with others who share our passions and obsessions. 

But what happens when Twitter usage goes wrong? What happens when it is used not for good, but for evil? 

Usually, the Twitter accounts belonging to professional teams are bland and borderline boring. They're useful if you're looking for scoring updates, stats and even the occasional behind-the-scenes photo, but controversial, they are not. 

Except for these few rare, and awesome, exceptions. The masked men (and women) behind these official team Twitter accounts decided to go rogue, and the results were hilarious. Read and enjoy. 

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