JR Smith Says Cavs In 7 Then Deletes Tweet
JR Smith is an American legend. We already know that. Right after the Cleveland Cavaliers were stunned by Golden State Warriors in Game 3, JR tweeted ‘Cavs in 7.’ He pulled the Kevin Millar card minutes after Cleveland just lost the game. It’s an incredible tweet. I do think there should be a hall of fame of good tweets. This would be one of them because it’s either a rallying cry until next Sunday or we laugh at it on Friday night.
JR Smith has deleted this tweet pic.twitter.com/bI1hRSXaV4
— Sports Illustrated (@SInow) June 8, 2017
Of course, JR said ‘He was hacked’, but Smith did not say the tweeter was wrong. I don’t get how hacked accounts happen in 2017. My only real theory is someone in his entourage probably has his account info to do day-to-day social and went straight to it for a fire tweet. If someone is actually mad about this, they can just leave Earth. I hope we have JR for a long time in our lives. He feels like the next great hoop player to go overseas and play until he’s 45.