Beat the Tweets answer sheet

Are you cheating? Be sure you take a look at the blurred-out

versions of these and

href="http://msn.foxsports.com/other/story/beat-the-tweets-which-sports-account-said-this-on-twitter-071613">try

your hand at guessing first. But if you’re itching for the

answers, here they are:

No. 1: C.J. Watson

 

 

Last week, Watson

href="http://msn.foxsports.com/nba/story/indiana-pacers-sign-david-west-cj-watson-071013">reached

a deal to be the new backup point guard for the Indiana Pacers.

Apparently he has some doubters, and he’s not too happy about

it.

No. 2: Phil Jackson

 

 

With the Miami Heat perhaps working on a three-peat and the Los

Angeles Lakers over a decade removed now from theirs, the Zen

Master took time out to remind us all of the greatness of his

Chicago Bulls teams, posting this snazzy picture.

No. 3: Brandon McCarthy

 

 

While a clip of McCarthy’s

scary 2012

injury was playing during a recent episode of MLB Tonight, MLB

network analyst Mitch Williams said, “If you don’t pitch (inside),

this is what’s gonna happen.” McCarthy fired back with a scathing

rebutall and

unleashed

a Twitter meme in response.

No. 4: Iron Sheik

 

 

Yes, it’s our

href="http://msn.foxsports.com/other/lists/iron-sheik-dan-le-batard-pat-mcafee-spike-lee-shaquille-oneal-metta-world-peace-sports-twitter-power-rankings-050713#photo-title=Twitter+power+rankings&photo=31736828">old

friend Sheikie Baby. Often too full of controversial language

to feature in this space, the Sheik gets it just right with this

tweet.

No. 5: Roddy White

 

 

The George Zimmerman verdict has elicted

href="http://msn.foxsports.com/nba/story/trayvon-martin-not-guilty-verdict-sparks-reaction-from-athletes-shaq-dwyane-wade-chris-paul-victor-cruz-071313">waves

of response from athletes since it landed Saturday night. The

Falcons wide receiver sent out a particularly caustic tweet,

saying, “All them jurors should go home tonight and kill themselves

for letting a grown man get away with killing a kid.” He later

followed up with this apology.

No. 6: Brian Vickers

 

 

It had been 139 races since Vickers had scored a Cup series win.

That stretch included a medical leave of absence to deal with a

blod clot issue. On Sunday, at Loudon, Vickers

href="http://msn.foxsports.com/nascar/story/Brian-Vickers-makes-it-back-to-Victory-Lane-in-New-Hampshire-071413#!g07rO">snapped

the skid and found himself back in Victory Lane.

No. 7: Jordan Spieth

 

 

Just 19 years old and a PGA tour winner. Spieth became the

href="http://msn.foxsports.com/golf/story/jordan-spieth-wins-john-deere-classic-playoff-to-make-pga-history-071413">youngest

winner in 82 years on tour on Sunday when he won the John Deere

Classic in a playoff, earning himself a spot in the British Open

and starting a torrent of discussion about golf’s next big

thing.

No. 8: San Jose Sharks

 

 

The tweet of the week goes to the NHL’s San Jose Sharks. After

ESPN’s Twitter account sent them a — um — toothless

joke about

href="http://msn.foxsports.com/nhl/story/san-jose-sharks-not-amused-by-sharknado-071213">switching

their name to the Sharknados (because why

wouldn’t you want to be named for a campy Syfy original

movie?), the team responded with quite the burn.