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View Poll Results: Which sporting league has the biggest primmadonnas
NBA - basketball (think LeBron) 207 45.20%
NFL - American football (think T.O.) 89 19.43%
MLB - Major league baseball (think A-Rod) 18 3.93%
NHL - National hockey league (think Patrick Roy) 3 0.66%
PGA - professional golfers (think Tiger) 14 3.06%
ATP - professional tennis (think Serena) 9 1.97%
Motorsports - (think Danica Patrick) 6 1.31%
Football - soccer for some (think Diego Maradonna) 102 22.27%
Other _____________________________ 10 2.18%
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Old 02-13-2018, 10:59 AM   #7591
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On another note. Dwayne Wade returning to Miami. The question is, what the hell was he doing elsewhere? Some teams have got to understand that certain players are the face of their team/organisation. Wade was that at Miami, and him returning means playing elsewhere was just at waste of time. He should never have left, like Paul Pierce with Boston.

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On another note. Dwayne Wade returning to Miami. The question is, what the hell was he doing elsewhere? Some teams have got to understand that certain players are the face of their team/organisation. Wade was that at Miami, and him returning means playing elsewhere was just at waste of time. He should never have left, like Paul Pierce with Boston.
Part of it was that Wade grew up in Chicago and always wanted to play in front of his homeboys. When he got there, it turned into a nightmare. Then, he went to Cleveland, but found his heart was still in Miami. Word is the Cavs players caught him watching the Heat on his laptop and got pissed off. Now, he is back in Miami willing to accept a reduced role coming off the bench and the smaller paycheck that comes with it.
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Yeah. Fair enough if he wanted to play in his home town. Too late for someone like Brady! Hopefully Newton never moved to Atlanta.
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By all reports, playing in one's hometown is very difficult. Friends, which include the most casual of acquaintances and family make demands for favors, money, and tickets. Fans often place outsize expectations on local heroes, expecting the same level of dominance shown as a prep or collegian. Most athletes are better off playing far from home professionally.
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I can only think of a few examples of an athlete doing well in his hometown. Bernie Kosar did pretty good for the Browns in the 80's. S Corey Graham had a few good years with the Bills, but he's a mid-level player, so not a lot was expected of him.
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I can only think of a few examples of an athlete doing well in his hometown. Bernie Kosar did pretty good for the Browns in the 80's. S Corey Graham had a few good years with the Bills, but he's a mid-level player, so not a lot was expected of him.
I think it was easier before athletes were paid obscene amounts of money. It bothers me when a sub-par player is paid more than enough to rehabilitate our local schools, but nobody made me king.
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Maybe readers of this thread know that Chris Wesserling of the Around the NFL podcast has been suffering from cancer. The ATN podcast guys started a go fund me to cover his medical expenses. The target was $60,000. It's great to report that the amount has almost been reached in four days. A real testament to Chris's popularity.

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