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Chris Webber posts cryptic tweets moments after leaving TNT

Chris Webber, NBA, TNT

Chris Webber has always been an articulate dude, leading him to get a job as a TV analyst just a few years after retiring from the NBA. But after his surprising exit from TNT, it seems Webber chose to use cryptic words to describe his feelings.

A few moments after announcing he won’t be calling games for TNT anymore, Webber posted a series of tweets that could easily make fans wonder if they’re connected with his recent resignation.

A few minutes after that, he responded to a fan’s GIF comment, with the five-time NBA All-Star implying he was dancing in jubilation.

Then just a few winks later, he reiterated his previous tweet, proclaiming God is good.

It’s unclear if Webber was being sarcastic after losing his TNT job. It’s also quite possible that he immediately received another offer from a different TV network or a different job offer altogether. With Webber’s various talents, it won’t be surprising if he lands another role sooner than later.

Andrew Marchand of the New York Post broke the news of Webber’s departure from TNT on Thursday evening, although no other details were disclosed. But to recall, C-Webb drew the ire of TNT officials for withdrawing from the NCAA Tournament coverage in March at the last minute, leaving the network scrambling for a replacement.

Webber’s timing to leave TNT comes at a curious juncture, with the NBA Playoffs just a few days away. By the looks of it, things could get messier, but hopefully, Chris Webber clears the air soon.