Neither the Phoenix Suns nor the Philadelphia 76ers made the playoffs this past spring. The two teams play on opposite sides of the country, and other than hosting Charles Barkley's antics, the two franchises do not have a lot in common.

That did not stop the two teams from engaging in possibly the greatest Twitter interaction between two professional sports franchises ever (step it up, @LAKings). When the teams met Tuesday night in Las Vegas for NBA Summer League action, the Suns made an observation.

The Suns won the actual game 97-88 behind 28 points from T.J. Warren, the 14th overall pick from North Carolina State.

The Suns used a different fictional character to salute Warren:

Twitter and the NBA. What a country.

-- Follow Jeffrey Eisenband on Twitter @JeffEisenband.