#QuickCuts: The best in NBA Twitter, starring some nasty 76er feet

Eric Hartline-US PRESSWIRE - Presswire

Our new weekly feature #QuickCuts looks at the best in NBA Twitter. This week, some messed up 76er toes, the Presidential debate and more.

Welcome to the first edition of #QuickCuts, SB Nation's weekly collection of the best in NBA Twitter. Throughout the week, please tweet quotes, GIFs and photos worth recognition with the hashtag #quickcuts, and we'll include the best in our round-up.

Without further adieu, here's Evan Turner:

That image:

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My money is on Spencer Hawes.

Wilson Chandler has excellent taste in movies ...

... but we need some love for Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure.

We had some good debate tweets, but Trevor Booker's response to Mitt Romney's idea to cut funding to PBS was STRONG.

It's really refreshing how many NBA players were watching the debate. Tony Allen might even need to come in as a coach for the President before the next one.

Today's NBA players are not just politically aware, but are environmentally conscious.

And finally: J.R. Smith, television critic.

Remember to tweet/retweet your favorite bits of NBA Twitter with the hashtag #quickcuts to get included next Thursday.

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