We looked inside some of the tweets by @DannyMataJr and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
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WATCH: North Shore wins state championship on insane play by Dematrius Davis and AJ Carter! @NSNationFB @NSSHS_gpisd @Dematrius09 @AjaniCarter3 @Runzekerun01 #UILState #Houston #Champs #txhsfb @FOX26Houston
The #Lakers have two pitch guys and no one who seems to understand the league in the front office. You go after *either* Magic or Pelinka. Not both. @MagicJohnson is accountable for this roster. Go get David Griffin.
#Texans announced they released Demaryius Thomas
The offensive player gathers with his right foot on the ground. He then takes two legal steps, before losing control of the ball. After regaining possession, a player is allowed to regain his pivot foot and pass or shoot prior to that foot returning to the ground. This is legal. https://twitter.com/ComplexSports/status/1095169948308119552 …
It seems good.
Block or charge?🏀💥
Genuinely sad that Ben Affleck is no longer Batman. He played an older, hardened Bruce that I feel was truly underappreciated. Would have loved to have seen Snyder’s vision for DCEU’s future. Just keep Henry Cavill as Superman please! Whatever it takes!! Also #ReleasetheSnyderCut
I’m not so psyched about Zach Snyder but I definitely enjoyed Affleck’s portrail of Batman, even if the movies weren’t good.
NBA sources confirm #Rockets traded James Ennis III to Philadelphia for swap rights to a 2021 second-round pick.
According to NBA sources the #Rockets are sending Brandon Knight, Marquese Chriss and a protected 2019 first-round pick to the Cavs as part of the deal bringing Iman Shumpert to Houston.
“I would go for Sean Mannion. He’s been stuck in the backup role there with the Rams. I would bring him in, treat him as if he is my first-round draft pick quarterback this year, play him, and let the organization grow with him.” – @BigAlRadio FULL STORY: http://ow.ly/4Hk930nzGsf
No. Just stop.
#NOLA has spoken. Super Bowl LIII earned a 26.1 rating in New Orleans, the lowest of of any market and the lowest ever in New Orleans.