#QuickCuts: Raptors love Bon Jovi, the NBA's divergent views on reading and more

Jose Calderon, Jon Bon Jovi and Amir Johnson pose for a quite obviously filtered photo in Toronto. - Amir Johnson's Twitter feed

Quick Cuts is a collection of the best in NBA Twitter. This week, players have different opinions on the joy of reading, Metta World Peace is stunned that Bob Marley doesn't sing "Red Red Wine" and Amir Johnson loves him some Bon Jovi.

Jon Bon Jovi attended the Raptors-Wizards game in Toronto on Wednesday for some reason. Amir Johnson couldn't have been more delighted.

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John Wall was just confused.

Vesely is like five months older than Wall. I guess they better appreciate classic rock ballads in the Czech Republic.

Jordan Hill, recovering from a herniated disc, on the popularity of courtroom procedurals:

Is Austin Rivers the worst, or is Austin Rivers the worst? You tell me.

Pau Gasol is a different NBA dude.

As opposed to ...

At least he's honest.

Ryan Anderson adds himself to USADA's target list.

And finally: Metta World Peace's world is rocked ... by UB40.

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