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Pampered Athletes

Summary: Modern-day athletes have become money driven, and no longer have a concept of team, sportsmanship or real life struggles. Whether they like it or not, they are role models and, as such, have a responsibility.
A homeless man sits in a New Jersey train station waiting on the next train to arrive. This is not so he can get on it, but rather because there will be people, and people mean yet another chance for him to beg his way into another meal for him and his children. An aimless man sits in a chair in Minnesota, not because he needs to, or because someone relies on him to, simply because he can. He has not a care in the world. He has a job, but that doesn't concern him. He doesn't work hard at it. He doesn't take well to his colleagues' constructive criticism. He doesn't even care if his company reaches any of its goals. You normally would not care about this man. The only reason you might is because his name is Latrell Sprewell, he is an employee of the...

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