Gilbert Arenas Explains The NBA Lockout For The Twitterverse

You may have heard about the "planking" craze that's overtaken Twitter over the past few days, and nobody's been more enthusiastic about planking than Gilbert Arenas and Dwight Howard. So what does this have to do with the NBA Lockout? Gil explains:

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Pretty much perfect right there. Indeed, the owners have upped the ante in the plank war. But always one-step ahead, this just means Gilbert has to get in on the lockout game...

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Who knows about having basketball season next year, but whatever happens, at least we'll have basketball players on Twitter.

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