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Warriors forward David Lee, out for the season with a torn right hip flexor, has attending every practice. He’s participates in every meeting. He is filling his teammates eat with whatever insight he can offer. But Lee said should he be inactive for Game 2, you don’t have to worth about him live Tweeting. “Can you imagine that?” Lee said with a laugh. “Nah. I’ve got too many holes in my game to be on Twitter breaking down other people’s games.” Contra Costa Times

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On why more NBA players don’t interact with fans on Twitter: “It’s something that has been perpetrated by the front office of the NBA, telling us not to do that. So basically, [they’re] telling us that we need to be above other people in society because [we’re] better than that. Better than what? What am I better than?” Washington Post

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In the video, Jackson is seen sitting at a desk typing out that "11 champ;ipnsikp[ ringhs" tweet, before turning around in his chair and revealing that he is wearing all 11 of his NBA championship rings. Because, in case you'd forgotten, Phil has won 11 rings as an NBA coach. And he has a new book coming that's called Eleven Rings. So he was wearing his 11 championship rings while he was typing his first tweet, which attempted to proclaim that he had 11 championship rings. There's even a hashtag, #GetYourPhil, to go along with the video. It's no #countonkobe, but it's a start. USA Today Sports

March 27, 2013 Updates

Phil Jackson hasn't even been on Twitter for six hours, and he's already nearly as good at social media as he is at coaching basketball. Early Wednesday afternoon, Jackson's fiancee and Lakers executive vice president Jeanie Buss tweeted that Phil had joined Twitter, and his account (@philjackson11) was verified shortly thereafter. Before he sent out his first tweet, Jackson had amassed over 40,000 followers, an impressive feat for anyone. USA Today Sports

Dave McMenamin: Heard that PJax's first tweet was an intentional blunder. There is a video to follow with him having trouble typing with rings on Twitter @mcten

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