'Wow', 'wow', 'OH' and other Twitter reactions to the James Harden trade

NBA Twitter exploded on Saturday night when the Thunder traded James Harden to the Rockets for Kevin Martin and Jeremy Lamb. Here are some of the best player reactions.

When news of the James Harden trade broke, the first Oklahoma City Thunder player to squeeze out a Tweet was Eric Maynor.

It was simple, and poignant. And three characters long.

Kevin Durant was next up. He's totally original.

Later on, Thunder center Hasheem Thabeet joined the thrilling conversation.

Nick Collison, who should have a beard, remembered the good times.

Meanwhile, Tony Allen confused everyone by tweeting news from his U.S. Presidents Fantasy League.

LeBron James, whose Heat beat the Thunder in the Finals, is excited for Harden.

Let's not forget that folks in Houston got a shake-up, too. Chandler Parsons quickly moves to practical matters.

Jeremy Lin, who will star with Harden in the Rockets' backcourt, is as insightful as Maynor and Durant.

Up in Toronto, Landry Fields has legitimate Halloween-related concerns.

And finally, it's time for the Real Talk Express. Reggie Evans puts it plain.

Ed Davis, a young fella, sees the trees.

And Matt Barnes -- yes, Matt Barnes -- puts it all in the proper frame.

Understand the NBA is a business, so U always needs to do what u feel is best for yourself/fam, because the second u get hurt they dnt care about you. So congrats to the young homie @JHarden13 #GetUr$$$

Truth.

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