Written by Tim Hoffman Thursday, 19 March 2009 17:13
Twitter, the service that allows you to tell friends and followers what you are currently doing, has become all the rage with celebrities and the media over the last few months. But no one had seen anything like Blake Griffin's Twitter page on Sunday as he pulled out a cellphone while on the court to update his page live.
He made such insightful posts such as: "I am dribbling a ball", "I am jumping in the air right now, I'm so glad my parents weren't white", "I'm so high up in the air right now, the people below me look like ants", "Whoa shit, those actually are ants, that explains the 6 legs. They really need to clean this place up.", "I am dunking the ball through the net, and now I will hang on it while celebrating!" The commentators for the game marveled at Griffin's performance, both on the court and his ability to type so quickly.