Best tweets of the week

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Raptors Rapture encourages interaction by celebrating the most interesting comments on Twitter from the past week. Here are the best tweets of the week related to the Raptors and the NBA. Don’t forget to tag us on your Raptors related tweets @raptorsrapture.

The biggest story of the past week in the NBA was the Kyrie Irving saga. Every site on the internet has offered up a potential landing spot for the All-Star guard. Irving’s preferred landing spots include the New York Knicks, San Antonio Spurs, Miami Heat and Minnesota Timberwolves.

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However, there have been some reports that Sacramento may be in the mix offering De’Aaron Fox as part of a package in return.

This topic has been trending on Twitter all week and should continue to peak interest across the league.

Here is this weeks list of Tweets of the Week from Raptors Rapture.  

We covered potential trade targets across the NBA including what it would take for the Raptors to acquire Irving. However, Bill Simmons offered up the best potential solution for how to get Kyrie to your team.

@william_lou captured the emotions of Raptors fans perfectly when the Kyrie news broke that he wants out of Cleveland. This tweet already has close to 600 Retweets and almost 1000 likes.

This was an absolute classic for those of us familiar with the infamous Ross and Rachel break up scene on the TV show Friends. I have not been able to get this tweet out of my head since I saw it.

You wonder who has the time to do these things.

@JETSpls was throwing shade to just about every team in the Eastern Conference including fans of the Raptors, Celtics, Wizards  and Heat with this tweet. I’m still not sure what’s going on here but he definitely got his point across.

Summer League has finally wrapped up and it was a good opportunity for Raptors fans to check out some of the younger talent on the team and get a glimpse into the future of the organization.

Here are the top five plays for the Raptors in Summer League.

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