It’s Chess Over Twitter for Luka Doncic
People have been talking about Twitter after Elon Musk took over its operations. However, not everyone is interested in the micro-blogging website. For instance, Dallas Maverick’s superstar Luka Doncic prefers chess over Twitter whenever he’s on his phone.
A reporter at a media briefing on Tuesday described Elon Musk’s $44 billion purchase of Twitter to the 23-year-old NBA star, and all Doncic could do was shake his shoulders. According to the sportsbook pay per head blog, he solely uses his phone to play chess.
A reporter asked the three-time first-team All-NBA player if the computer or basketball player often wins while playing chess. He said he plays online, and he wins most of the time.
Chess Over Twitter
He has already shown his fondness for chess.
After his game-winning effort in February 2021 against the Boston Celtics, reporters questioned Doncic about how he decides how to analyze a defense. He said it was like playing chess.
According to PPH bookie reports, Twitter said last week that it would reinstate a grey “Official” badge for a restricted number of accounts to assist users in verifying their identities.
Following a surge of verified-account impersonators, which included those pretending to be former US President Donald Trump, Japanese video game firm Nintendo, and pharmaceutical corporation Eli Lilly, among others, Twitter made the decision.
To find new methods to monetize the network, Musk decided to provide a blue check mark to any account user willing to pay $8 a month, no questions asked, which led to the creation of these accounts.
Doncic uses his Twitter account, though.
In his blue tick verified Twitter account, Doncic praises the Mavericks for building the first basketball court in Europe for an NBA franchise in his native Slovenia.
Additionally, after French football player Karim Benzema won the Ballon d’Or in October, Doncic showed his support for Benzema. The latter plays for Real Madrid. Doncic started his professional career playing for the team.
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