How to read a sports tweet

The internet is a place of endless speculation.

Some people tweet about the sport they love; others are obsessed with finding new sports and trends to share.

In the end, though, you should be able to pick out the sport you care about, and the hashtag you are trying to follow.

Here’s how to read tweets about sports, according to The Sports Writers’ Institute.

1.

The sport is on ESPN, or ESPN2.

2.

The hashtag is #sport and the athlete is a big name in the sport.

3.

The athlete is active and has an NBA or NFL contract.

4.

The tweet is from a person who knows a lot about the subject.

5.

The user has a great sense of humor.

6.

The person tweeting is a celebrity.

7.

The social media platform is owned by ESPN.

8.

The account is linked to ESPN.

9.

The writer has a reputation for accuracy.

10.

The Twitter account has more than 1,000 followers.

The Sports Twitter blog is the only place to find the latest news about sports.

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