We've heard two sides of the story now.â†µ
Andray Blatche says his Twitter account was hacked. It wasn't really Blatche who threatened to fight someone outside the arena after tonight's game between the Washington Wizards and Miami Heat. Blatche brought up a good point himself earlier today in saying that he's hardly ever on Twitter, so its unlikely that he would tweet 33 times in one day.
But the prosecution has not rested. Jack Kogod suggests that the guy who allegedly backed Blatche's account matched the player's syntax perfectly. Dan Hellie raises another good question. If someone was going to hack Blatche's account and tweet something to make him look foolish or get him in trouble, why just send it as a reply to one person?â†µ
If its true that Blatche's account was hacked, I think I know who the top suspect should be. It's got to be Sarah Schorno Kogod of NBC Washington of course! Awfully convenient for her to break today's biggest sports story in D.C. on the same day that her Capital Games blog went live. (Yes, I'm kidding. Keep up the good work, Sarah!)â†µ