You ride with those guys. They’ve had their ups and downs, and you’ve been right there for support. You’ve backed them up when they’ve had trash seasons and bragged to your friends when they’ve had great seasons.
Although, if you’re an NBA fan, I’ll allow it.
The NBA has gotten out of hand. So many players have requested trades, and signed to new teams that the whole chemistry of the league has changed. People who we saw as dynamic duos, (ie Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook, or Lebron James and Kyrie Irving) have split up over seemingly selfish motives, and have paired up with others who have similar motives.
Also, this past draft class was one of the best we’ve seen in years, with all of the hype surrounding the incoming prospects. They are predicting great things for these rookies, and as usual, the best picks go to the worst teams, which gives each team a large amount of potential, and slightly improves them. With all these changes, every team looks like an All-Star Team.
I don’t condone bandwagoning, but if you do, this is possibly the perfect time to switch! Each team has potential, but we really don’t know how they’ll all pan out. Now seems like an appropriate time to abandon your current NBA team out of frustration and heartbreak, and take a gamble with a new up and coming team.
If you decide to make that switch, act quickly, this is a LIMITED TIME OFFER, it won’t last forever. You can’t jump on the bandwagon mid-season. Have you no loyalty what-so-ever? After you make this switch, you gotta stay with your team, and represent them the same way you did your last team. At least, until another phenomenon like this happens, then you’re free to leave once again, no shame.
A message from the foundation for low quality fans