After the Lakers beat the Nuggets last night, much of the social media chatter focused on Savannah McMillan-Christmas, who wandered onto the court in the middle of the game. But there was also a Twitter eruption from Lakers fans celebrating the win in predictably irritating ways -- like referring to Denver's squad as "Chicken Nuggets." Look below to count down our choices for the ten most obnoxious post-game tweets. Stay classy, L.A.
LAKERS vs Nuggets was a great game, but all knew who was going to win this game. LAKERS ALL THE WAY!
— Jackin' For Beats (@Child0ffunk) May 7, 2012
Stupid nuggets !!!! Yeah this is still LAKERS TOWN !!!!!
— Dulce Vilchez (@PrincessDeeeVee) May 7, 2012
Now Lakers please dont pull that crap that the Heat did today eliminate them chicken nuggets on tuesday-Thank you!! Seriously a die hard fan
— Cynt (@Ohyeah_ItsCynt) May 7, 2012
Glad my los angeles lakers beat the Mcdonalds 10pc nuggets!
— aaron nicholas (@buffdaddyaaron) May 7, 2012
Garbage ass nuggets done stick a fork in em.
— Jonas J-BO Batiste (@THEREALJBO85) May 7, 2012
Page down to see our top five most obnoxious post-game Lakers fan tweets. Number 5:
Maybe the Nuggets should bring Allen Iverson back. I heard he's free these days. #Practice
— Lakers Nation (@LakersNation) May 7, 2012
GAME OVER CHICKEN NUGGETS! #LakerNation
— Sinatra. (@Twitlosipher) May 7, 2012
This shit is fuckin cooked sorry ass Denver Nuggets told yal what it was
— The Money Team (@BigBreadCed) May 7, 2012
Nuggets fans make me laugh. :D hahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha
— Shaiina Doreen (@ThatsShaiinaD_) May 7, 2012
Why anyone thought the Nuggets were going to beat the Lakers in these playoffs is beyond me. team fucking stinks9 seconds ago
— Edward V (@edallastar) May 7, 2012
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