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.
Silk finished with six points on five shots in the star-studded affair and earned the respect of Dwyane Wade.
The Buckeyes celebrated Black History Month before its Wednesday night matchup against Northwestern.
Heres a look at Ohio State warmups for Black History Month.— Colin Hass-Hill (@chasshill) February 21, 2019
Front: Black inventor
Back: The invention pic.twitter.com/CeYCDFc2hm
On the women's side, Carmen Grande has now scored 1,000 career points and dished out 800 career assists.
Ohio State's highlight videos continue to fill my timeline, this one starring Nick Bosa.
Tight ends coach Trey Holz followed suit, showing off his unit.
And it looks like five-star receiver Garrett Wilson is fitting in just fine.
Harbaugh: its just another game— Cory (@ScarletGreatCT) February 15, 2019
Meanwhile, OSU in February: pic.twitter.com/3IBXK82gdy
In the AAF, Tracy Sprinkle broke out a never-before-seen celebration after a sack.
Fresh off their National Championship, the men's tennis team were back in action on Wednesday.
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.