@Jezer: That was pretty much my point. I am not shy when it comes to talking to women, there is simply often not the opportunity at the gym. I don't go home and tell my buddies about all of the women that I met there because we shared a glance at one another.
Well it is kind of like saying that OJ Simpson is the greatest running back ever, or that Michael Vick is the best quarterback.
No, it's not because that would false, but they are great players despite the fact OJ might have killed his wife and Michael Vick killed dogs. What they do off the field has nothing to do with what they did in the sport.
Well when you've already won an MVP you don't really need to get much better.
Now the team around him... that's a different story.
D-Rose wouldn't be the first MVP award winner to not live up to his potential.
I kind of like the sports idols that I look up to to be heroes as well, not just athletes. Plus there is a weird double standard in sports depending on who the sportscasters like the best.