Originally Posted by BrickingStar
Let's not go overboard the guys a millionaire and could go bang some hoes right now to get overboard. There's a lot of things more important than an overrated dunk contest where it will be forgotten in a few days if not today for casual fans/media.
There are in fact more important things in life than competing in a dunk contest watched by millions, but I'm not sure banging hoes and having $800,000 in career NBA earnings (alongside whatever else he made overseas, which is not guaranteed to be a ton) is an absolute cure-all.
Having the professional career White's had up to this point is not necessarily as glamorous as we like to think it is. Considering there's still a lot of multi-millionaires who struggle to find happiness, I'm not sure White's got it all made in the shade.
I mean, there's still random times where I think about moments in my meaningless basketball career where I wish things could have gone differently. I imagine those feelings of regret would absolutely skyrocket if my failings were watched by millions during my one chance to shine on the big state.