Lebron James Twitter Kingjames
July 6, 2010 by staff
The most sought after NBA free agent in 2010, the social networking site Twitter was under the pseudonym “kingjames” confirmed his publicist, Keith Estabrook with Reuters on Tuesday.
More than 84,000 people have to follow James as speculation mounts signed, where he will play next season, although he has not made a single posting.
The 25-year-old has also established a website (http:// www . lebronjames . com) with the slogan “Getting started closer.” Registration for notifications from the site leads you to a page that reads, “You will be first.”
James is one of a handful of marquee free agents to move the potential of the dramatic landscape of the NBA for years to come should they choose to change teams.
Every movement, James has made since his top-seeded Cavaliers were eliminated drawn from the second round of the playoffs has a lot of interest. So, of course, there are now about whether his much-anticipated announcement to be made to speak through his Twitter account and / or personal website.
While the talent is in the latest crop of free agents the deepest well ever considered, James is leader as one who can turn quickly viewed each of the league teams to a legitimate contender.
As the free agency period on 1 Opened in July, All-Star guard Joe Johnson voted with the Atlanta Hawks to stay, while the New York Knicks won successful lured All-Star Amare Stoudemire to the front, the last season with the Phoenix Suns.
But the major focus has been there for James, Miami’s Dwyane Wade and Toronto’s Chris Bosh, who all have met with several teams to strengthen their rosters interest.
James, who has spent his entire seven season NBA career with the Cleveland Cavaliers, has with the Knicks, New Jersey Nets, Chicago Bulls and other teams in the hope that the two-time MVP and six time All-Star team to fulfill their bait.
Twitter, which sent its 100 million users to 140-character text messages, or Tweets, to allow groups of so-called followers, is one of the most popular social networks of Web services, along with Facebook and LinkedIn.
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