Do you think the pro players are selfish when it comes to the recent "walk outs?"
It's an interesting question and I can see it from both ways. From a players point of view they believe that they are not being paid what they deserve and in some cases that may be 100% true but the way I see it is that we as regular workers feel like we are under paid for what we do all the time and we don't have the option to just walk away from our jobs or else we get fired. I think there is a bit of selfishness to it and a bit of truth to it but I still think they should not walk away and earn it on the field and eventually the money will come.
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