The Post’s ‘Hollywood’ blog gets more than its share of celebrity tweets and viral hits

The New York Post has seen its share in recent years of controversial posts and viral videos.

But now, it’s been a pioneer in the use of social media to highlight the stories of athletes and other celebrities.

In this case, it has been the sports blog of the week, posting the top tweets and most retweeted posts on the lottery, the NBA’s championship series and other topics of the day.

The Post ran the story on the first day of the NBA Finals, a big game between the Golden State Warriors and the Cleveland Cavaliers.

“This is a really important game, and we’re all in this together,” said Ben Golliver, the editor in chief of the Post.

“I know that it’s going to be a lot of pressure to say something bad about LeBron, but this is the game we play.

It’s the NBA.

This is a real life thing.

This isn’t just about basketball.

This’s about the future of our country.”

The Post published the first of its 10 tweets on Monday, calling out the Cavaliers’ decision to take away LeBron James’ signature signature No. 4 shoe.

The team’s owner, Dan Gilbert, and Cavs general manager David Griffin both defended the decision to remove the shoe, saying it was part of the team’s strategy to keep James’ popularity high.

The Cavs had planned to wear the shoes during the Finals to celebrate the franchise’s 50th anniversary, which would have included a night in the All-Star Game.

LeBron was not among the players who had planned on wearing the shoe.

He also has not been on the court during the NBA All-Stars festivities.

The Cavs, who will play at the Staples Center in Los Angeles on Tuesday night, are 1-3 in the series and are on pace to miss the playoffs for the first time since 2003.

A video posted by The Post on Monday shows the team celebrating the team wearing the No. 1 jersey during halftime of Game 3.

It’s a very important day for all of us to wear #ThePepsiNo4 #TheGoldenState #No4TheCavaliers — The Post (@thepost) June 14, 2018 The team also announced that it will be wearing the #NoDumpSignal shirt on Tuesday.

Fans took to Twitter to express their excitement over the Cavs’ victory.

Cavalier fans wearing the Pepsi signal jersey.

So proud of them!


(@BarryBishop) June 13, 2018