Josiah Turner thought he would play in the NBA as well.....
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Posted on: 01-08-2013.
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I'm not suggesting that Ka'Deem is nearly as stupid as JT is but simply based on the charges to be filed, it does show there was an extreme lack of judgement. I hope it is being blown out of proportion and once all the facts are in, he will be exonerated and can return to simply playing football.
Your logic makes sense...to the common man. People like you and I, the common man (and please forgive me if I am making too broad a statement), don't have the life these superstars have. Ka'Deem knows he's good and everyone around him tells him he's good, and everyone expects him to be great. That's a lot of good to greatness to fight through to see a more logical perspective. It's easy for us to say he should keep his nose clean, but a lot harder when you're in the middle of everyone shouting your praises.
This is a bad, bad situation no matter the outcome. I just hope he learns from this and realizes how fragile life can actually be.
From one generation to the next; the passing of greatness
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