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The Nov. 22 edition of Sports TWIT (The Week In Twitter)

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Here is the weekly look at the best sports tweets from the past week.

The Frozen Tundra moved this week from Green Bay to Buffalo:

In case you missed the Lizard haircut:

Sporting Kansas City announcer Callum Williams live-tweeted part of the MLS Dispersal Draft, then went silent. Fans feared the worst:

In Chicago, blogger Robert Feder tweeted this news:

Unfortunately, two of the people who lost their job were on the air when they read the tweet:

The family of Oscar Taveras, the Cardinals outfielder who was killed last month, took over his Twitter account:

After the Chiefs lost to the Raiders on Thursday night, the “Circle of Parity” was complete:

This was a fun exchange between Wisconsin’s Frank Kaminsky III, who almost was dunked on by Wisconsin-Green Bay’s Keifer J. Sykes during a game:

This week also officially marked the end of Billy Butler’s tenure with the Royals:

And finally, hockey players are known for their toughness. This tweet from Blues goalie Brian Elliott will make at least one gender cringe a bit. He tweeted the photo after a game:

Woof.

To reach Pete Grathoff, call 816-234-4330 or send email to pgrathoff@kcstar.com. Follow him at Twitter.com/pgrathoff. Got an idea for a tweet you’d like to see? Let me know this week

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