5. Joakim Noah
Personally, I love Jo, but I’m also a realist and understand that he’s hated by MANY. The long hair, the overconfidence and overly emotional behavior are what don’t sit right with people – and rightfully so. I don’t know if there’s anything worse than seeing this awkward looking skinny dude with unpleasant teeth running down the court and beating his chest after a big play (hair flopping of course).
4. Rajon Rondo
Punk. That’s the first thing that comes to mind when I think of Rajon Rondo. Honestly, who does this guy think he is? There’s no doubting that Rondo can play, but I just can’t take his attitude. His cockiness, lack of respect for the game, and entire playoff series against the Bulls is what really got to me (going for Brad Miller’s face and tossing Kirk Hinrich). Then to not know your place in the league and go after Kobe in what, your second season? Give me a break. Rondo is quite possibly the most immature player in the NBA.
3. Kobe Bryant
Speaking of Kobe… He’s arguably the greatest in the game today, and because of that, he thinks he’s entitled to every call on the floor. Upwards of 75% of the shots he takes are followed by bickering to refs. We’ve all watched him hundreds of times, and it’s annoyingly noticeable every game. With how competitive he is, he often acts like a toddler when things aren’t going his way. It’s probably 50-50 as to how much time Kobe spends crying to refs and actually playing ball.
2. Manu Ginobili
If you could show me someone outside of San Antonio that loves Manu, I want you to buy my next lotto ticket. Every time he flops I want to buy a plane ticket to wherever he’s at and just slap the taste out of his mouth. What is it with foreigners bringing their soccer antics to the US? On a side note, I just want to let it be known that Ginobili’s bald spot is also getting to me for some reason – the same one he’s been sporting since he was 13.
1. Anderson Varejao
I can feel myself starting to get pissed off just thinking about Varejao. He’s one of those guys that people like to say, “you love him when he’s with you, and you hate him when he’s against you,” but I have to disagree. I think I would still hate him equally either way. He runs like a fairy up and down the court and his curly locks only add to his high estrogen behavior. He’s a flopper, a gnat, and a disgrace to true big men in the league. ” The NBA: Where Anderson Varejao signs deals that could be worth $50 million happens.”