Top Twitter follows for NBA postseason

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Paul Pierce was the subject of some humorous tweets from @JemeleHill before the Celtics were eliminated.

It's NBA playoff time, which means we're all taking a break from shame-clicking Amanda Bynes' twitpics to follow the postseason along with the best hoops tweeters in the business.

If you're anything like me, your game-watching experience just doesn't feel complete without a constantly updating stream of stat lines and one-liners. In fact, I'm so accustomed to pulling up a seat at the "World's Largest Sports Bar," I can almost hear my followers yell "Norm!" when I settle in to watch a game.

You're probably already following the serious news and stats-heavy accounts, like @NBA, @ESPNNBA, @ESPNStatsInfo, @WojYahooNBA, @ESPNSteinLine, @daldridgetnt, @InsideHoops and @ChadFordInsider, but you could be missing out on some of the quirkier, funnier follows out there -- especially since things change during the postseason.

Regular faves like Blake Griffin and Kobe Bryant have gotten mighty quiet since their seasons ended, leaving room in the spotlight for others to shine. So without any further ado, I present my list of the top 10 most entertaining Twitter follows for the 2013 NBA postseason (in no specific order).

Who did I miss? Add your suggestions in the comments!

Sir Broosk -- @CelebrityHotTub

Bill Simmons -- @BillSimmons

Tom Haberstroh -- @TomHaberstroh

Jemele Hill -- @JemeleHill

Mark Lisanti -- @MarkLisanti

Netw3rk -- @netw3rk

Metta World Peace -- @MettaWorldPeace

J.A. Adande -- @jadande

Greg Tepper -- @Tepper

Bill Barnwell -- @BillBarnwell

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