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… the NBA’s “Social Media Rookie of the Year.” Through his content, he gets to be creative and show off interests away from the basketball court. Outside of his talents as a player, Lillard’s reach online has helped move him toward an enormous deal with Adidas and placed him on the cover of NBA Live—he posted his excited reaction on Instagram, of course…
…, Facebook and Twitter to develop platforms aimed at connecting with athletes and providing solutions for their needs, and with Spotify to help determine how music affects athletes’ performance, with the results to be shared at an SXsports event in Austin, Texas, March 12. Cortadellas added in the release: Innovation has always been at the core of who…
… for your loyal and dedicated fans. Defensive tackle Domata Peko of the Cincinnati Bengals engages fans and shows his appreciation for their loyalty by regularly tweeting his gratitude and frequently holding contests. Peko will invite fans to tweet pictures based on a simple premise in exchange for a chance to win game tickets. This one-on-one…
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