Stacey King fights Twitter troll, and it gets personal

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Doesn’t matter if you’re Michael Jordan or a Twitter troll with 85 followers, Stacey King will call you out.

Maybe it was the embarrassing 25-point loss to the Hornets on Tuesday that set the Bulls’ popular TV analyst into attack mode, but it all started when King made a seemingly innocuous comment on Twitter about Jeremy Lin being “good.” A troll pounced on it. The exchange quickly devolved into a personal finances war.

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