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Old 03-17-2013, 09:38 AM   #22
Rasheed1
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Default Re: As a Kobe hater and a Laker hater...

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Originally Posted by I<3NBA
i didn't switch favorites. i just followed Lebron. why should i stick to what ever stereotype some other idiot wants me to do? lol. it's my life, i should be able to do with it what i want. just because you have your own definition of what a fan is doesn't mean others take of what a fan is is wrong. i'm not even from the US so its not like i'm betraying my hometown or something. you idiots are just lame for trying to force your own definition of fandom on others. your worldview is not the worldview of others.

you said yourself that you were a bandwagon fan.

your problem is that you dont understand what it means to be a fan

Does your HOME (wherever that is) have a team in the Olympics every 4 years?

Do you have any pride in your own country?

Do you nonchalantly just root for whatever country because they win? (Russia's pretty good this year.... GO BIG RED!)

basketball is a team sport. the teams represent cities, and the people of those cities root for the HOME team.

This isnt simply my personal idea of fandom pal... It is what fandom is about. fans root for teams, and they live and die with the outcomes. they dont jump around from team to team trying to pick a winner

Like I said, if you dont live in city with a team? then pick a team and stick with it. you called yourself a bandwagon fan and then act butthurt over it later on.

Follow tennis or bowling if you dont understand TEAM sports

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