Parris Campbell was not impressed with the NBA's festivities last Saturday.
Let me get in the dunk contest
— Parris Campbell (@PCampbell21) February 17, 2019
Luckily, D'Angelo Russell's All-Star debut was right around the corner.
— Ohio State Hoops (@OhioStateHoops) February 18, 2019
Silk finished with six points on five shots in the star-studded affair and earned the respect of Dwyane Wade.
— Brooklyn Nets (@BrooklynNets) February 21, 2019
The Buckeyes celebrated Black History Month before its Wednesday night matchup against Northwestern.
Heres a look at Ohio State warmups for Black History Month.
Front: Black inventor
Back: The invention pic.twitter.com/CeYCDFc2hm
— Colin Hass-Hill (@chasshill) February 21, 2019
On the women's side, Carmen Grande has now scored 1,000 career points and dished out 800 career assists.
— OSU W Basketball (@OhioStateWBB) February 22, 2019
Ohio State's highlight videos continue to fill my timeline, this one starring Nick Bosa.
— Nick Bosa (@nbsmallerbear) February 19, 2019
Tight ends coach Trey Holz followed suit, showing off his unit.
— Trey Holtz (@CoachTreyHoltz) February 20, 2019
And it looks like five-star receiver Garrett Wilson is fitting in just fine.
Harbaugh: its just another game
Meanwhile, OSU in February: pic.twitter.com/3IBXK82gdy
— Cory (@ScarletGreatCT) February 15, 2019
In the AAF, Tracy Sprinkle broke out a never-before-seen celebration after a sack.
— Atlanta Legends (@AafLegends) February 18, 2019
Fresh off their National Championship, the men's tennis team were back in action on Wednesday.
— Ohio State M Tennis (@OhioStateMTEN) February 20, 2019
I have never been so hyped before a tennis match.
Tweet of the Week:
The sports world was shocked when Duke's Zion Williamson ripped through his shoe against North Carolina, resulting in a knee injury that kept him sidelined for the rest of the night.
A multitude of athletes wished the future No. 1 pick a speedy recovery, but former professional basketball player Carlos Boozer had a different Zion in mind.
Get Well Soon @ZionNPS
— Carlos Boozer (@MisterCBooz) February 21, 2019
The National Park Services made sure to let Boozer know they had the wrong guy.
— NationalParkService (@NatlParkService) February 21, 2019