For our fourth annual Twitter 100, we've compiled an incredibly subjective list of people and organizations to follow for news, information and entertainment from the sports world.
For Sports Illustrated's fourth annual Twitter 100, we've compiled a list of people and organizations to follow for news, information and entertainment from the sports world.
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The L.A.-based writer is wired to NBA news (especially the Lakers and Clippers).
A smart mix of baseball and soccer -- with a speciality on the play of Mexico's soccer teams.
Entertaining commentary on all sports, with a slight Canadian bias.
There may be no better working football writer when it comes to analysis of why we saw what we saw in the NFL.
Frequent and amusing poster from the road. Recently let followers know he was in France by tweeting: "Paris (not Hilton)."
Nobody has more juice on Twitter when it comes to exposing NCAA nonsense.
Honest and informed commentary about world track and field.
Brings the funny, plus a deeper look at the X's and O's for both college football and the NFL.
As real as it gets for an NBA superstar.
A must-follow for NHL fans, and the namesake for one of Twitter's great things: The #Bucciovertimechallenge.
The Drake of college basketball coaches on Twitter.
Veteran tennis reporter is one of the go-to information sources for his sport.
The NBA sharpshooter lets fans into his life through his social media feeds.
If you want to invest in a Futures pick for Twitter, we'd advise you to ride with the Little League World Series star and Sports Illustrated cover kid.
If someone screws up in sports, they'll have it, often first. Not that we know anything about that.
The world's top-ranked player is holder of a killer forehand and a great wit.
We'll just direct you to his Twitter bio: "Ex criminal who turned nothing to something. FSU & AZ cardinals is my squad, and #90 is who I be. I don't not free base cocaine. Crime pays!"
If you want to know the best prospects for the 2015 and 2016 NBA Draft, this is your first stop.
Hilariously attempted to convince LeBron James to become his teammate and Kim Kardashian to become his girlfriend. Failed at both, but hasn't lost his spirit.
Nightly numbers you didn't know you needed to know.
Former college football player has unfiltered analysis of football and your favorite TV shows.
Among the core group of college football reporters you need to be following.
The intersection of law and sports is a near-daily thing and Feldman is one of the best to help guide you through the issues.
If you are a fan of Boston sports and a watcher of Boston sports, Finn is your Twitter sherpa.
Self-proclaimed "very amateur video editor" captures all the most interesting and amusing visuals in sports.
Former U.S. women's captain has become an important voice in the soccer world and sports in general.
A consistent newsbreaker for NFL stories with national implications.
If you are a NASCAR fan and not following Gluck, you need to rectify this immeditately.
One of the core group of people you should be following for college basketball news.
One of the best in any sport at using social media to connect with his fan base.
A must-follow for all MMA fans and those interersted in learning about the sport.
Opinionated and reasoned, except when it comes to her beloved Michigan State.
The right mix of promotion and fandom from a superstar athlete.
Astute observer of the NFL and a must-follow for draft analysis.
Full of quips and praise for Popeyes, and his #stayhungry hashtag became a motto for this season's Orioles Magic.
As wired into college basketball as any reporter in the country.
The NASCAR star is self-deprecating, self-aware and among the best in his sport on social media.
Honest and flamboyant, the LPGA golfer uses her feed to take golf fans inside her Tour.
Unafraid, unapologetic and thought-provoking on a variety of topics.
Every pro franchise should emulate the Kings' feed -- full of swag, voice and super-subtle trolling.
The Post's national NBA reporter is one of the best in the business at live-tweeting games.
He's still not verified, but this feed should win the Twitter version of the Vezina Trophy.
You haven't lived if you haven't watched the Masters with MacDonald's live-tweeting as a companion piece.
Her enthusiasm for the game is unmatched.
An irreverant voice and unafraid to comment on anything, whether the English Premier League or the World Series strike zone.
The Down Goes Brown and Grantland writer is an endless source of hockey humor.
If you are a fan of hockey, you should be following this information guru -- especially on trade deadline day.
The fantastically entertaining soccer duo will keep you laughing on all things EPL and world soccer.
Just like the Twitter bio says, daily nuggets of valuable baseball information.
Mostly sports-related, always funny.
With high-profile NBA and MLB assignments, you'll find Nichols posting images from the biggest events of the year in sports.
Pretty impressive that he died in 1897 and is still one of the funniest baseball Twitter feeds.
ESPN's lead baseball reporter is well-connected to management and players.
Ratings news and sports media scoops.
The definitive site for the sporting passions of gay and lesbian sports fans.
The Fox rules analyst is a must-follow come Sundays for his analysis of tricky NFL calls.
Comprehensive coverage of boxing for ESPN and ESPN.com.
As connected as anyone on the happenings of MLB.
The most acclaimed woman in MMA’s feed is full of photos, inspirational quotes and ticket giveaways.
They win on the field and in social media.
Produces the gif of the play you just saw faster than you can hit rewind on the DVR.
ESPN's one-man waystation for news and transactions.
SEC bias? Hell, yeah, with this entertaining feed.
Yes, we're putting him on this sorry list.
One of the best on Twitter at providing compelling NFL stats and trends.
Part of ESPN's ever-growing armada of NBA information brokers.
Everything somewhat related to D.C. sports, minus the boring stuff.
Not the most frequent tweeter, but he makes it worth it when he does.
Worth the follow just to see the cool things he retweets from fans.
Your Twitter source for all things U.S. Olympics on the road to Rio 2016.
A dash of irreverence, a pinch of fiesty, and a splash of Maryland.
The passionate Baltimore-based writer has a keen eye for identifying good stories.
His frequent live-tweeting from music concerts gets him auto-placement on this list.
Inside look at the highs and lows of a rather unique profession.
Two-time Masters winner offers a look inside his life on the green and as a father.
One of the globe's top soccer voices.
Revels in breaking NBA news -- and beating ESPN on it.
One of the most likeable athletes on Twitter. Manages to remain relatable to followers, despite posting selfies with BFF Serena Williams and running her first marathon in three and a half hours.
Puck Daddy is one-stop shopping for all things NHL.
WWE's endlessly entertaining social media machine.