These athletes couldn't be more excited to have been tossed behind bars.
Steph Curry has over five million followers so he, more than most, has to double-check his tweets.
After the Warriors beat the Trail Blazers in Game 2, the Golden State star tweeted to congratulate his teammates with one crucial mistake. He meant to tweet Brandon Rush, @BRush_25, but he mistakenly tweeted at brush_4, which is an account that tweets out NSFW things. In all fairness...
The NFL is definitely a fan of Star Wars.
On the iconic Star Wars Day, also known as May 4th, teams brought their best to Twitter.
#MayThe4thBeWithYou Faithful! pic.twitter.com/usOUX1xRFu
— San Francisco 49ers (@49ers) May 4, 2016
— Baltimore Ravens (@Ravens) May 4, 2016
The Seattle Supersonics represent the highest form of nostalgia. The younger generations remembers them as the team Kevin Durant was drafted to, but they were so much more than that.
Russell Wilson is one of those people longing for an NBA to return to Seattle. While watching the Trail Blazers take on the Warriors, he started tweeting about the potential of a team returning to...
Ezekiel Elliott is not afraid to show of the abs.
For the NFL Draft, the Ohio State (and now Cowboys) running back showed up with a crop-top shirt. The "hero in a half-shirt" was proud to show off his abs and give the people something to talk about.
Ohio State's Ezekiel Elliott going with an um, interesting fashion choice for the #NFLDraft pic.twitter...
Dabo Swinney is everyone's favorite coach.
The head coach for Clemson entered the #RunningManChallenge that has taken over social media. He's got his own special rendition, featuring the Chick-Fil-A cow. Goals.
Dabo Swinney, a Heisman winner, a Super Bowl champion and @EatMorChikin take the #RunningManChallenge!
If you can't get enough of Colin Cowherd and Jason Whitlock, you're going to enjoy what Fox Sports 1 has planned.
If you're among the rest of the population, you're scared for your life. The two "hot-takers" are reportedly joining forces for a debate show, similar to ESPN's "Pardon the Interruption." It makes the most sense because Whitlock and...
Eli Apple's mom Annie is quickly becoming everyone's favorite sports mom.
While the newest Giants player is getting settled for life in the NFL, his mother is no doubt watching his back. Mrs. Apple tweets about the thirsty girls that inevitably come with being a rookie in the league and the tricks they will pull to get near her son. Just know she stays...
Moms are all special, it would be impossible to rank them.
We love sports moms because no matter what happens, they will always keep their athletic sons and daughters in check. They never let their heads get too big or caught up in all the fame and fortune. It's an extremely tough job but they handle it with no problem. Here's some of our favorite moms in sports. ...
Oklahoma's Eric Striker did not hear his name called during the NFL Draft.
The outside linebacker had an emotional moment with his family and friends after realizing his fate, showing the intense vulnerability of those who don't get drafted.
Striker was able to sign with the Buffalo Bills as a free agent after the draft.