The cheating jokes were flying during Tristan Thompson's double-double in Game 7 for the Cavaliers.
1. After being a mirage for the first six games of the Cavs' series against the Pacers, head coach LeBron James plugged Tristan Thompson back into the starting lineup on Sunday and Khloe Kardashian's baby daddy delivered, with 15 points and 10 rebounds in a 105-101 series-clinching victory.
To say Twitter enjoyed seeing Thompson come though after he was banished for most of the series following a cheating scandal would be an understatement. People were champing at the bit to unload the snark and they came through with flying colors.
all it took was Tristan Thompson realizing he'd go back home to all his side chicks in Canada if they make it to the 2nd round vs the Raptors smh— LakeShowYo™ (@LakeShowYo) April 29, 2018
Tristan Thompson thriving like he thinks he's in the club unobserved.— Robin Lundberg (@robinlundberg) April 29, 2018
Tristan Thompson blocked that shot like Khloe’s texts when he was cheating on her.— Melissa Stetten (@MelissaStetten) April 29, 2018
Tristan Thompson explanation:— IGZ (@igzrap) April 29, 2018
1) Him & Khloe are done so the Kardashian curse has been lifted
2) One of his side pieces is sitting courtside so he’s showing out
Tyronn Lue: “hello? Kris Jenner.. can we play Tristan Thompson today?— Emily Viccarone (@eviccarone) April 29, 2018
Kris: *sighs* “sure”
Tristan Thompson smashed that ball like it was the message button on Instagram— Ziggy Stills (@ZiggyOfAk) April 29, 2018
Tristan Thompson cheated which result in Khloe Kardashian not speaking to him for sometime. That meant he didn’t have to worry about her bitching in his ear all the time which meant he could focus strictly on basketball, because of that he got a double double and the Cavs move on— Chris J. (@TheBlack_Hippy3) April 29, 2018
2. LeBron was LeBron (45 points, nine rebounds, seven assists), but his best moment came when he dissed this poor fan.
3. Whoops. After initially reporting that Cowboys tight end Jason Witten was expected to retire and land in ESPN's Monday Night Football booth, it seems another network is trying to pull a coup.
Jason Witten continues to contemplate his decision on retirement to join MNF broadcast team but a source says another network has made a last-minute "interesting" proposal that also is being considered. Announcement likely will be Wednesday. The @dallascowboys still hope he plays— Chris Mortensen (@mortreport) April 29, 2018
4. It's a good thing gambling is illegal.
A record $436.5 million was bet on basketball (college and pro) in March at Nevada sports books. The house kept $38 million of it. It's the seventh consecutive record-setting March in terms of the amount wagered, as market continues to grow.— David Payne Purdum (@DavidPurdum) April 30, 2018
5. Blue Jays outfielder Randal Grichuk pulled off a must-see catch -- even though he didn't see it -- yesterday.
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IN CLOSING: FYI, I told you all on April 11 that the Yankees would be just fine.