When Magic Johnson retired as president of the Los Angeles Lakers' basketball operations, he said he wanted to spend more time tweeting. So far, he has kept his promise.
Johnson's tweets are entertaining, especially since it seems that, literally, they seem to be written by anyone. You can program a computer to take them out, or even teach someone who does not know anything about sports to tweet as one of the best players of all time.
Look no further than your tweet about today's Raptors-Sixers playoff game. It was the magic par excellence.
"I do not know who will win the series with Toronto's victory over Philadelphia to match, but I do know that Kawhi Leonard has been dominating the series and organized a show today with 39 points," he wrote.
I do not know who will win the series with Toronto's victory over Philadelphia to make up for it, but I do know that Kawhi Leonard has been dominating the series and organized a show today with 39 points!
– Earvin Magic Johnson (@MagicJohnson) May 5, 2019
That's. That's the whole tweet. Do not come to Magic's Twitter if you are looking for a fire shot.
But, when you think about it, Magic has done it right now. He no longer has to deal with dysfunction in Los Angeles, and is free to tweet his generic thoughts to the mbades.
The magic is truly living the modern American dream.